bilogical concept of specious is based on
Asked by Rahees | 3rd Jul, 2016, 12:10: PM
The biological concept of species was given by Ernst Mayr in which the concept is based on morphological and reproductive features of the species. When two species breed (reproduction), the genes pass on into the offspring giving the species its identity(morphology).Genes are not transferred to other species and different species therefore take on a different appearance.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 4th Jul, 2016, 09:15: AM
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