cohesion species concept

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A proposal, made by Alan R. Templeton in 1989, to broaden the biological species concept by including asexual organisms and downplaying interbreeding in sexually reproducing organisms. A species, in this view, is a population, or series of populations, that has genetic or demographic cohesion.

Subjects: Zoology and Animal Sciences.

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