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Author Topic:   Is There Any Genetic Or Morphological Criterion For "Kind"?
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Message 24 of 40 (621827)
06-29-2011 6:33 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by Dr Adequate
09-25-2006 3:28 PM


Define Kind?
Hi Dr A,
Here's another article that may help a little; www.creation.com/ligers-and-wholphins-what-next

Basically it says that defining a kind as being a species is too narrow a definition, and that in some situations a kind may go up the taxonomic clasification as far as order. Because of differing amounts of speciation between the original created kinds, you cannot state that a 'kind' is equivalent to say 'family' across the board. One kind may extend back to family, another may go to order, and still another may be equvalent to genus.


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