Systematic interpretation of a population of sympatric Castilleja species (Scrophulariaceae)

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Biology Part 2. Preparing for Exam 2 Vocabulary and questions from: iRATs/tRATs textbook- chapter 56 population size at next generation at time t+1 = population size now at time t * net reproductive rate.

Sympatric species are A. Unlikely to be competing B.

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Castilleja affinis ssp. neglecta is a serpentine endemic species, known from six sites within the San Francisco Bay Area and is the focus of active restoration efforts.

It grows sympatrically with the subspecies Author: Laney Widener, Laney Widener, Jeremie B. Fant. Sympatric speciation is the genetic divergence of various populations (from a single parent species) inhabiting the same geographic region, such that those populations become different species.

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