species

  1. (biology) taxonomic group whose members can interbreed
  2. a specific kind of something

Species

Denotes a closely allied group of plants within a genus which have unique characteristics that breed true to type from seed

Species

groups of actually or potentially interbreeding populations that are reproductively isolated from other such groups. The lowest taxonomic rank and presumably only real taxonomic unit in nature.
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Species

In biology, a species (plural: species) is one of the basic units of biological classification and a taxonomic rank. A species is often defined as the largest group of organisms capable of interbreeding and producing fertile offspring. While in many cases this definition is adequate, the difficulty of defining species is known as the species probl...
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Species

(1) The different kinds of organisms found on the Earth as defined by taxonomic and/or phylogenic classification. (2) A group of interbreeding organisms that do not ordinarily breed with members of other groups.
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species

(from the article `epistemology`) ...is no part of what is known, then it seems that human knowledge is incomplete. In order to counter this worry, Aquinas revised Aristotle`s theory ...
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species

(L: specere=to look; species appearance, kind, beauty) a natural group of organisms, the members of which interbreed to give similar offspring. The smallest unit of classification commonly used. The abbreviation for the singular is sp. for the plural spp. The definition of species not only specifies that all members interbreed but also that they ca...
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species

(spe´shēz) (spe´sēz) a taxonomic category subordinate to a genus (or subgenus) and superior to a subspecies or variety; composed of individuals similar in certain morphologic and physiologic characteristics. type species the original species from which the...
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species

[n] - (biology) taxonomic group whose members can interbreed 2. [n] - a specific kind of something
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Species

• (n.) Visible or sensible presentation; appearance; a sensible percept received by the imagination; an image. • (n.) Coin, or coined silver, gold, ot other metal, used as a circulating medium; specie. • (n.) A sort; a kind; a variety; as, a species of low cunning; a species of generosity; a species of cloth. • (n.) A group of i...
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species

noun a specific kind of something; `a species of molecule`; `a species of villainy`
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Species

[alien species] The `Species` in the movie Species is an unnamed, aggressive alien species intent on spreading itself throughout the universe by infiltrating and annihilating the intelligent populations of other planets. It is capable of rapid growth and can bond its own DNA to that of other creatures of methods. They are apparently inspire...
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Species

[Christianity] Species is an older English word meaning `external form or appearance`. In Christianity, when the wine is turned into blood, it is believed to literally become blood, which then retains only the species of the wine, meaning the appearance, taste, smell and feel of the wine. ...
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Species

[metaphysics] Species, in metaphysics, is a specific genus-differentia defined item that is described first by its genus (genos) and then its differentia (diaphora). Put differently, it is an item, not necessarily biological, that belongs to a group and can be distinguished from other species in that group. For example, a human being as a s...
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Species

Spe'cies noun sing. & plural [ Latin , a sight, outward appearance, shape, form, a particular sort, kind, or quality, a species. See Spice , noun , and confer Specie , Special .] 1. Visible or sensible presentation; appearance; a sensible percept rec...
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Species

1. A reproductively isolated aggregate of interbreeding organisms having common attributes and usually designated by a common name.2. An organism belonging to belonging to such a category.
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Species

A biological classification that combines organisms sharing common characteristics and are able to mate and produce fertile offspring.
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Species

A classification of related organisms that can freely interbreed.
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Species

A distinctive group of interbreeding or potentially interbreeding individuals of common ancestry that are reproductively isolated from all other such groups. Distinct species sometimes do interbreed and form hybrids.
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Species

A group into which animals or plants are divided according to their shared characteristics.
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SPECIES

A group of (invertebrate) animals that have a high degree of similarity and are actually or potentially interbreeding populations reproductively isolated from other such groups by their biology, not simply by physical barriers. Cf. speciation.
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Species

a group of actually or potentially interbreeding populations that are reproductively isolated from all other kinds of organisms (Ricklefs 1970:880).
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Species

a group of actually or potentially interbreeding populations that are reproductively isolated from all other kinds of organisms (Ricklefs 1979:880).
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Species

a group of actually or potentially interbreeding populations that are reproductively isolated from all other kinds of organisms (Ricklefs 1979880).
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species

a group of animals that can reproduce fertile offspring; species ranks below genus in classification divisions; a species name is spelled with a lower case letter and is underlined or in italics
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