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A drawback of the biological species concept is that it cannot be applied to:

A. extinct organisms (e.g., fossils).
B. asexual organisms such as bacteria.
C. polymorphic species.
D. extinct and asexual organisms.
E. all of the answer options are correct.

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This is great. Thanks