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Speciation is the evolutionary process by which new biological species arise. The biologist Orator F. Cook seems to have been the first to coin the term 'speciation' for the splitting of lineages or 'cladogenesis,' as opposed...
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Allopatric and allopatry are terms from biogeography, referring to organisms whose ranges are entirely separate, so that they do not occur in any one place together. If these organisms are closely related, such a distribution is usually the result of allopatric...
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Speciation summary with 24 pages of encyclopedia entries, essays, summaries, research information, and more. ... Speciation is the process by which new species ...
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Speciation is the process by which new species arise. Speciation occurs when gene-flow stops between two sub-populations due to ...
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Allows readers to explore different ways to define a species and learn about the various processes through which speciation can occur.
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Speciation. What are species anyway, and how do new ones evolve? ... species and learn about the various processes through which speciation can occur. ...
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Speciation is the process leading to the creation of new species. ... Speciation occurs when a parent species splits into two (or more) reproductively ...
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There are different modes of speciation that can lead to the origin of species. ... The size and remoteness of a population also play a major role in speciation. ...
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Darwin believed that speciation was the ultimate ... has dominated speciation theory. ... Sympatric speciation--that is a very good example of Ernst's ...
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This is called true speciation or cladogenesis. ... This type of speciation occurs when a subpopulation that occupies the same niche ...
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Peripatric speciation, on the other hand, occurs between populations that are ... This process can result in speciation, if the edge subpopulation succeeds. ...
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