Deme

Interbreeding group in a population; also known as local population.

Deme

An administrative district in ancient Greece.

DEME

Dredging, Environmental and Marine Engineering NV (in short DEME) is an international group of specialised companies in the field of capital and maintenance dredging, land reclamation, port infrastructure development, offshore related services for the oil & gas industry, farshore windfarm installation, environmental remediation a.o. The group is b...
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Deme

• (n.) An undifferentiated aggregate of cells or plastids. • (n.) A territorial subdivision of Attica (also of modern Greece), corresponding to a township.
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deme

(Gk: demos people) a discrete population of interbreeding individuals.
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Deme

[biology] In biology, a deme is a term for a local population of organisms of one species that actively interbreed with one another and share a distinct gene pool. When demes are isolated for a very long time they can become distinct subspecies or species. The term deme is mainly used in evolutionary biology and is often used as a synonym f...
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Deme

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Deme

Deme (dēm) noun [ Greek dh^mos .] 1. (Gr. Antiq.) A territorial subdivision of Attica (also of modern Greece), corresponding to a township. Jowett (Thucyd.). 2. (Biol.) An undifferentiated aggregate of cells or plastids.
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deme

A locally interbreeding group within a geographic population. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Deme

A locally interbreeding population.
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deme

in ancient Greece, country district or village, as distinct from a polis, or city-state. Dmos also meant the common people (like the Latin plebs). In ... [2 related articles]
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deme

In ancient Greece, the district inhabited by a group that formed an independent community. These small communities gradually became joined together into larger ones, and the word came to signify a...
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deme

Type: Term Pronunciation: dēm Definitions: 1. A local, small, highly inbred group or kinship.
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