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Have we ever observed two drosophila lineages that evolved reproductive isolation in labs?
Background The standard definition of species refers to the concept of reproductive isolation. If two lineages are found to be reproductively isolated, then we consider these two lineages to belong ...
May 31 at 9:37
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