Lamarckism vs Lamarckist - What's the difference?

lamarckism | lamarckist |


As nouns the difference between lamarckism and lamarckist

is that lamarckism is the theory that structural variations, characteristic of species and genera, are produced in animals and plants by the direct influence of physical environments, and especially, in the case of animals, by effort, or by use or disuse of certain organs while lamarckist is a proponent of lamarckism.

lamarckism

Noun

(-)
  • The theory that structural variations, characteristic of species and genera, are produced in animals and plants by the direct influence of physical environments, and especially, in the case of animals, by effort, or by use or disuse of certain organs.
  • See also

    * Darwinism English eponyms

    lamarckist

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A proponent of Lamarckism.