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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reproductive_isolation

The relationship between the reproductive isolation of species and ... Mechanical isolation also occurs in plants and this is ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanically_isolated_system

In thermodynamics, a mechanically isolated system is a system that is mechanically constraint to disallow deformations, so that it cannot perform any work on its environment. It may however, exchange heat across the system boundary. For a simple system, mechanical isolation is equivalent to a state of constant ...

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Mechanical Isolation. Having the right tool for the job is essential. When you need a hammer, a wrench just won't do. The same is true for animals that mate ...

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in evolution: Mechanical isolation. Copulation is often impossible between different animal species because of the incompatible shape and size of the genitalia.

abacus.gene.ucl.ac.uk/jim/Sp/isolmech.html

d) Mechanical isolation. Copulation is attempted, but transfer of sperm does not take place. 2) Post-mating isolating mechanisms. Genomic incompatibility ...

www.buzzle.com/articles/understanding-mechanical-isolation-with-examples.html

Nov 16, 2016 ... We will shed light on mechanical isolation and provide a couple of examples of the same to make it easier for you to understand the concept.

www.bio.miami.edu/dana/dox/reproductive_isolation.html

Mechanical Isolation. Morphological differences prevent mating/pollination. The amazing partnership of the Bucket Orchid and Orchid Bee is so precise that if ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17959612

Hum Reprod. 2007 Dec;22(12):3051-8. Epub 2007 Oct 24. Mechanical isolation of the inner cell mass is effective in derivation of new human embryonic stem ...

www.thoughtco.com/types-of-prezygotic-isolation-mechanisms-1224824

Aug 29, 2015 ... 5 Types of Prezygotic Isolation Mechanisms that prevent fertilization - Mechanical , Temporal, Behavioral, Habitat, Gametic.

www.webref.org/anthropology/m/mechanical_isolation.htm

mechanical isolation: a form of reproductive isolation that occurs because of an incompatibility in structure of the male and female sex organs.