Concepts of species and modes of speciation

@inproceedings{Singh2012ConceptsOS,
  title={Concepts of species and modes of speciation},
  author={Biswaprakash NavajeevanVivek Singh},
  year={2012}
}
Species is a Latin word meaning ‘kind’. In biology, species is a basic unit of biological classification and a taxonomic rank. Traditionally, species has been considered as a basic category of biological classification and defined as a group of similar organisms showing the same essence which is based on typological species concept (essentialism). Later on, in the eighteenth century, the typological species definition was found inappropriate for biological species so mainly in the second half… CONTINUE READING

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