[mak-roh-ev-uh-loo-shuhn or, esp. British, -ee-vuh-]
major evolutionary transition from one type of organism to another occurring at the level of the species and higher taxa.
Macroevolution is evolution on a scale at or above the level of species, in
contrast with microevolution, which refers to smaller evolutionary changes of
Macroevolution generally refers to evolution above the species level. So instead
of focusing on an individual beetle species, a macroevolutionary lens might ...
Patterns in macroevolution. You can think of patterns as "what happened when."
All of the changes, diversifications, and extinctions that happened over the ...
Macroevolution refers to major evolutionary changes over time, the origin of new
types of organisms from previously existing, but different, ancestral types.
Sep 23, 2006 ... In evolutionary biology today macroevolution is used to refer to any evolutionary
change at or above the level of species. It means the splitting ...
What is macroevolution? Why is it important? How can macroevolutionary
thinking help with interpreting patterns of primate evolution?
Macroevolution definition, major evolutionary transition from one type of
organism to another occurring at the level of the species and higher taxa. See
An essay on macroevolution by Laurence A. Moran.