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Neo-Lamarckism

Ne`o-La`marck´ism
n.1.(Biol.) Lamarckism as revived, modified, and expounded by recent biologists, esp. as maintaining that the offspring inherits characters acquired by the parent from change of environment, use or disuse of parts, etc.; - opposed of Neo-Darwinism (which see, above).
Noun1.Neo-Lamarckism - a modern Lamarckian theory emphasizing the importance of environmental factors in genetic changes and retaining the notion of the inheritance of acquired characters
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