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Mechanisms/Taxonomy

Make-up Quiz 2

TermDefinition
Species Groups of actually or potentially interbreeding populations, which are reproductively isolated from other such groups.
Geographical Isolation Occurs when a physical barrier such as a body of water or a mountain range separates members of a population.
Behavioral Isolation Occurs when members of a species developed different behaviors that interfere with their ability to interbreed.
Temporal Isolation When species breed at different times of the year or different time spans.
Reproductive Isolation Occurs when members of a population no longer interbreed.
Endosymbiotic Theory. The term means to "cooperate inside", two small cells (mitochondria and chloroplast) were engulfed by a much larger cell, which became beneficial to the cells.
Genus and species In the Linnaean system of naming, a single species is identified by a binomial, which consists of the following two parts:
Created by: melissa1334