The Reorganization of Populations Homeostatic Alteration of the Genetic Structure of Populations and Microevolution
In modern theoretical literature, there is wide use of a contrast of the notions of microevolution and macroevolution. Microvevolution is understood to mean intraspecific reorganizations; macroevolution, the complex of processes leading to the formation of taxa of higher order. The process of speciation links micro- and macroevolution in the single process of phylogenetis.
KeywordsGenetic Structure House Mouse Evolutionary Ecology American Mink Skull Length
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