Definitions for "Deme "
A territorial subdivision of Attica (also of modern Greece), corresponding to a township.
A village of Attikos. It became a local administrative unit with the reforms of Kleisthenes.
township or district in Attica
(deem) [Gr. demos: common people] • Any local population of individuals belonging to the same species that interbreed with one another.
Reproductive or breeding unit (spawning site) comprised of individuals who are likely to breed with each other (i.e. well mixed). A single population may include more than one deme and demes may be partially isolated from one another. Their partial isolation may or may not be persistent over generations. There will always be at least as many demes as populations.
A locally interbreeding population.
An undifferentiated aggregate of cells or plastids.
Deme is a Web tool to host asynchronous meetings including discussions, document comments and collaborations, straw polls, and decision- making for small to medium groups of people. It also provides features useful for groups including file storage, member lists, and the like.
A habitation cylinder, or sub-division thereof; one of the sub-elements of a Cluster.