Different species that don’t have the same structure.

Asia‘s species is defined by its DNA structure consisting of branches, nodes and leaves. In the case that an Asia’s DNA structure differs from other one, those two Asias belong to different species, i.e. xenogeneic.

Xenogeneic Cross

When two individuals belonging to the different species create offspring, the crossing will be xenogeneic cross that is calculated by GP(Genetic Programming).
By xenogeneic cross, a part or whole of the tree structure of a parent will connected to node of the other one, and a new tree structure will be created. So the child’s DNA structure will differ from both parents. In xenogeneic cross even between the same species may create another new type of structure.

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