The direction of evolution, in which the number of populations, subspecies increases and the range expands, while this group of organisms is in a state of constant speciation: a) biological regression; b) macroevolution; c) biological progress; d) ontogenesis
This direction of evolution is called biological progress, in which the number of populations, subspecies increases and the area expands. You can also add here the predominance of fertility over mortality. An example of bioprogress is a gray mouse, a white hare.
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