demic







demic


noun

  1. one of the administrative divisions of ancient Attica and of modern Greece.
  2. Biology. a local population of organisms of the same kind, especially one in which the genetic mix is similar throughout the group.

noun

    1. (in preclassical Greece) the territory inhabited by a tribe
    2. (in ancient Attica) a geographical unit of local government
  1. biology a group of individuals within a species that possess particular characteristics of cytology, genetics, etc

  1. A small, locally interbreeding group of organisms within a larger population. Demes are isolated reproductively from other members of their species, although the isolation may only be partial and is not necessarily permanent. Because they share a somewhat restricted gene pool, members of a deme generally differ morphologically to some degree from members of other demes. See also population.

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