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Allopatric speciation

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Allopatric speciation or geographic speciation is speciation that occurs when biological .... Sympatric speciation represents an alternative method of speciation that does not require physical separ...

SparkNotes: Speciation: Types of Speciation

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Allopatric speciation, the most common form of speciation, occurs when populations of a species become geographically isolated. When populations become ...

Evolution - Speciation

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Allopatric speciation may be by subdivision of the species range or by a peripheral isolate ... Sympatric speciation requires reinforcement to happen; parapatric ...

Reproductive isolation - Understanding Evolution

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Allopatry may start the process off, but the evolution of internal (i.e., ... Speciation requires that the two incipient species be unable to produce viable offspring ...

Modes of Speciation | Teaching Biology

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Mar 28, 2012 ... Related to dispersal is peripatric speciation, when the migrated segment ... that sympatric speciation requires natural selection; allopatry might ...

The Process of Speciation

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It also requires an investigation of the differences that characterize species, genera, .... This is referred to as allopatric (geographic) speciation (see Figure).

Allopatric and Sympatric Speciation - Springer

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Speciation Mechanisms. How does a single species give rise to two or. more different species? This concept, called. speciation, requires that a single population ...

Speciation Mechanisms - Animated Tutorial

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This concept, called speciation, requires that a single population of. organisms ... If the barrier is geographic (allopatric speciation), over time the. populations ...

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Divergent speciation requires reproductive isolation, which can occur in two general ... Other geographical barriers that may lead to allopatric speciation include ...

Speciation · john hawks weblog

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Feb 9, 2005 ... ... subpopulation succeeds. Allopatric vs. peripatric speciation ... Speciation requires more than simply isolation, however. If two subpopulations ...

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Allopatric Speciation - Boundless

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Learn more about allopatric speciation in the Boundless open textbook.

Causes of speciation - Understanding Evolution

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This may or may not be sufficient to cause speciation. Speciation would probably also require different selective pressures at opposite ... Allopatric speciation.

Models of Speciation - Division of Biology and Medicine

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Speciation would then be viewed as a byproduct of divergence in allopatry. .... This model still requires the evolution of associations (e.g., linkage disequilibrium ) ...