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    Julian Huxley changed the world's understanding of evolution by working in many fields of science, including embryology. He was one of the only scientists in the 20th century to believe that speciation was a driving force behind evolution. This belief influenced the world as people began to accept this theory more. He influenced all the fields he worked in: embryology, systematics, and evolution.
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    The term "evolutionary synthesis" is one of the things Huxley is most well-known for. This term was used to refer to a compilation of some of the important science discoveries and subjects in the 1940s. Darwinian theory, biology, and genetics were unified around this time into Huxley's "evolutionary synthesis." This new concept showed a drastic increase in the widespread understanding of the ideas of evolution and speciation.
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