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In computer science, temporal isolation is the capability of a set of processes running on the same system to run without interferences concerning their temporal ...

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What prevents species that are closely related from mating with each other? Temporal isolation is an evolutionary mechanism that keeps individuals...

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1) Pre-mating isolating mechanisms. Factors which cause species to mate with their own kind (assortative mating). a) Temporal isolation. Individuals of different  ...

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The geologic time scale from 650 million years ago to the present, showing major evolutionary. in evolution: Temporal isolation. Populations may mate or flower ...

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Living in isolation from time cues under relatively high and low light intensities for a total (on average) of 24 days, 18 subjects estimated the passage of time by ...

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Temporal Isolation. Two species whose ranges overlap have different periods of sexual activity or breeding seasons. example. The Red-legged Frog (Rana ...

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Jan 2, 2015 ... When it comes to temporal isolation, time is the barrier that prevents species from interbreeding and producing sterile hybrids. In this Buzzle ...

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Jun 12, 2013 ... A short video about temporal isolation for biology class. Hopefully it's entertaining .