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As another example, populations often continue to interbreed even as they diverge, so the exact moment at which two populations become two species is often impossible to pinpoint. We return to speciation and how it occurs in Chapter 12, but for now it is important to remember that a “species” is a convenient but artificial construct of the human mind. Take-Home Message How do we keep track of all the species we know about? j Each species has a unique, two-part scientific name. j Classification systems group species on the basis of shared traits.
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It is consistent with all data ever gathered, and it has helped us make successful predictions about other phenomena. 3). To give an example, all observations to date have been consistent with the hypothesis that matter consists of atoms. Scientists no longer spend time testing this hypothesis for the compelling reason that, since we started looking 200 years ago, no one has discovered matter that consists of anything else. Thus, scientists use the hypothesis, now called atomic theory, to make other hypotheses about matter.