Biology
Shahifaindira
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Why is reproductive isolation required for speciation to occur? If populations can interbreed, they are considered one species. If populations can interbreed, they do not exchange genetic information. Reproductive isolation is not required for speciation because most different species can interbreed. Reproductive isolation is not required for speciation because species are not defined by reproduction

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shahedelhatto

The answer is the first one the second one is wrong because they do exchange information the third one is wrong because if the species interpreted they become one species

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