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Gen. Bio II - Origin

General Biology II - Origin of Species

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the "mystery of mysteries" for darwin was speciation
what is speciation process by which on species splits into two or more different species
what has lead to tremendous diversity of life is because of speciation leads to tremendous diversity
how is speciation related to microevolution and macroevolution forms a conceptual bridge between microevolution and macroevolution
what is a species a group of populations whose members can interbreed in nature and produce viable, fertile offspring
gene flow typically occurs between populations of a ___________ species
what does the formation of a new species hinge on reproductive isolation
what is reproductive isolation the lack of gene flow
reproductive isolation limits the formation of ____________ hybrids
what is a hybrid the offspring from interspecific mating
what are the five prezygotic barriers to hybrid formation 1) habitat isolation, 2) temporal isolation, 3) behavioral isolation, 4) mechanical isolation, 5) gametic isolation
Created by: kandriot