14 April, 20:18
Is it possible to judge the species of an organism on the basis of one criterion? Why? What other criteria do you know?
14 April, 20:48
No, because the same criterion is specific to different species. For a more accurate and reliable definition, it is necessary to use several criteria: physiological, biochemical, environmental, and geographical.
Physiological criterion-it is based on the similarity of life processes in individuals of each species, especially reproduction.
The morphological criterion reflects the set of features of the external structure.
Biochemical criterion-reflects the characteristic chemical composition of the body and metabolism.
Genetic criterion-characterized by a certain set of chromosomes that are similar in size, shape, and composition.
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