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- Allopatric speciation (from Ancient Gr**** ἄλλος, allos, meaning "other", and πατρίς, patris, "fatherland"), also referred to as geographic speciation,...
- allopatric speciation as a special case; however, Coyne and Orr argue that Mayr's original conception of a ring species does not describe allopatric speciation...
- migrants . When gene flow is blocked by physical barriers, this results in Allopatric speciation or a geographical isolation that does not allow po****tions...
- The closure of the Isthmus led to allopatric speciation events of marine organisms isolated on each side (blue and green). Terrestrial species also migrated...
- extent to which speciating po****tions are isolated from one another: allopatric, peripatric, parapatric, and sympatric. Speciation may also be induced...
- logical consequence of Ernst Mayr's concept of genetic revolutions by allopatric and especially peripatric speciation as applied to the fossil record....
- reproductive isolation, a reduced gene flow. This occurs most easily in allopatric speciation, where po****tions are separated geographically and can diverge...
- locally common hosts' phenotypes, so the parasites are less infective to allopatric hosts, those from different geographical regions. Some parasites modify...
- necessarily the case. Genetic isolates may form new species in several ways: allopatric speciation, in which two po****tions of the same species are geographically...
- independent evolution on either side of the barrier, via the process of allopatric speciation. The term invasive species is applied to species that breach...
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