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hunter4565 hunter4565
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Part A - Comparing species definitions
Three of the most prominent definitions of species are the biological species concept, the phylogenetic species concept, and the morphological species (morphospecies) concept.
Drag each characteristic to the appropriate bin based on the species concept(s) to which it applies.

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Here's the answer to the second part of this question.

Part B - Classifying reproductive barriers
According to the biological species concept, individuals belong to the same species if they can interbreed in nature and produce viable, fertile offspring. Prezygotic and postzygotic barriers ensure that members of different species do not reproduce with one another. This diagram shows some of these barriers along with examples of the barriers at work.

Complete the diagram by following these steps:
Drag blue labels onto blue targets only to identify the two main types of reproductive barriers.
Drag pink labels onto pink targets only to identify specific barriers.
Drag white labels onto white targets only to identify examples of barriers.
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