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BIOLOGY- NOV 8th-Speciation.docx

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Biology
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BIOL 1500
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Tanya Da Sylva

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Speciation: Where one population becomes two Biological Species concept: -A group of populations whose members -Have potential to interbreed in nature -And produce fertile offspring What are some problems with the biological species concept? -Some life on earth breeds asexually How else might define a species? -Structure -Observable physical traits -Asexual organisms and fossils Ecological species concept: -Defines a species by its ecological role or niche Phylogene
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