The term biological species has been around since the mid-19th century, but the term itself has evolved into something much more nuanced.
To better understand the evolving nature of this term, we have created an infographic that explores what it means to be a species.
The infographic is an effort to help us better understand what it is to be “Biological”.
The infographic below explores the meaning of the word “species” in different cultures, and explores how the term has evolved over time.
Read the full infographic:What is the Definition of a Biological Species?
The definition of the term biological refers to the properties that make a species unique.
For example, a genus, species, or species family refers to a group of organisms.
The term biological is also used in the United States to refer to a species of animal.
It is also the name given to a single species in the family Crotalus.
The definition for a biological organism is a physical, physiological, and behavioral trait.
This includes the genetic material that the species possesses, its physiological characteristics, and the social structure of the species.
These traits are also known as characteristics of the organism.