Towards the end of the work I give my well-abused hypothesis of pangenesis.
An attempt to explain this was made by Darwin in his theory of pangenesis.
What you say about pangenesis quite satisfies me, and is as much perhaps as any one is justified in saying.
I read the chapter on pangenesis first, for I could not wait.
They are evidently due to the same general conception which prevailed in Darwin's pangenesis hypothesis.
I do not know whether you have ever read my chapter on pangenesis.
Your explanation agrees beautifully with the hypothesis of pangenesis, and delights me.
I have been particularly pleased that you have noticed pangenesis.
By means of these illustrations the hypothesis of pangenesis has, I hope, been rendered intelligible.
You cannot well imagine how much I have been pleased by what you say about 'pangenesis.'