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Anne Elizabeth Darwin (1841—1851) daughter of Charles Darwin and subject of a memorial essay

Bernard Richard Meirion Darwin (1876—1961) writer on golf

Charles Darwin (1809—1882) naturalist, geologist, and originator of the theory of natural selection



Darwin bombing

Darwin Day

Darwin Declaration

Darwin machine

Darwin Mobile Force

Darwin mounds

Darwin on the Web

Darwin rebellion


Darwin's finches

Erasmus Darwin (1731—1802) physician and natural philosopher

Erasmus Darwin Keyes (1810—1895)

Ernest Emil Darwin Simon (1879—1960) industrialist, politician, and public servant

Francis Darwin (1848—1925) botanist

Henry Darwin Rogers (1808—1866) geologist

John Darwin

Leonard Darwin (1850—1943) scientist and eugenicist


neural Darwinism

Sir Charles Galton Darwin (1887—1962) physicist

Sir George Howard Darwin (1845—1912) mathematician and geophysicist

Sir Horace Darwin (1851—1928) civil engineer and manufacturer of scientific instruments

Sir Robert Vere Darwin (1910—1974) landscape and portrait painter

social Darwinism


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A measure of evolutionary rate (introduced by J. B. S. Haldane in 1948), given in exponential units of change over time, such that 1 darwin = 1/1000 of the genome changed per 1000 years.

Subjects: Ecology and Conservation.

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