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What is the continuing of a species?
The evolutionary theory that suggests that a species slowly and continuously evolves over a long period of time is?
This is a great question because these two words are used incorrectly all the time. Continual implies recurrence at regular or frequent intervals - for example: 'Dancing req…uires continual practice.' Continual is duration that continues over a long period of time, but with intervals of interruptions - for example: Organizations evaluate the effectiveness of process improvements and implement changes on a continual basis after measuring the success of the process improvement Continuous means extending uninterruptedly in time: for example: 'a continuous procession of cars' Continuous is duration that continues over a long period of time, but without intervals of interruption - for example: An organization that has implemented a continuous improvement process These two words are NOT interchangeable.
In general, a species is a group of similar organisms that can interbreed and produce fertile offspring. More specifically, species can be defined as a group that has similar …morphology, DNA, geographic distribution, and occupies the same ecological niche. The official definition for the word species is "a group of living organisms consisting of similar individuals capable of exchanging genes or interbreeding. The species is the principal natural taxonomic unit, ranking below a genus and denoted by a Latin binomial, e.g., Homo sapiens."
Species is a group of living things that are so closely related that they can breed with one another and produce offspring that can breed as well.
This is the reproductive process (reproduction), by which living things make copies of themselves, or create offspring, so that the species continues after the death of the or…iginal organism.
continuous means that it does not stop and flows
How does the fact that when a bacterium reproduces the offspring are exact copies of the parent bacterium affect under what conditions would this stadegy would help a species continue in the future?
Answer The reason that bacteria have been able to survive so long is that the asexual reproduction that they use allows for very little mutation, so as long as t…he environment stays the same, the bacteria will thrive. When mutation, or evolution does occur, because of the asexual reproduction the mutations are much more extreme and fast (because there is no recombination fo the DNA as in sexual reproduction). So the species will be able to survive in the new environment, thus the bacteria are able to survive.
The reproductive system.