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Definition of the noun allopatry
What does allopatry mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: allopatries
- the occurrence of related organisms in separate geographical areas with no overlap
Alternative definition of the noun allopatry
- [biology] The condition of being allopatric
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by Ian Newton
Allopatry is a Seabirds 249 Summary.
Foundations of Biogeography (2004)
Classic Papers with Commentaries by Mark V. Lomolino, James H. Brown
predominates over other forms of population differentiation; allopatry is the rule and sympatry the exception in present-day distributions of the species of a given monophyletic group. f. Vicariance is, therefore ...
Plant Biosystematics (2013)
by William F. Grant
Allopatry is the most important isolating mechanism in the Hawaiian species of Bidens, but ecological isolation, mainly by altitude, is a mechanism of secondary importance. Differences in pollintors probably prevent interspecific hybridization ...
Environmental Change and Life's Response by Barry Wilson
and classical allopatry is a matter of degree with wide spatial distributions and complete isolation at one end of the spectrum and restricted distributions and incomplete isolation at the other. While extremely wide marine species' geographic ...
Sweden, Japan, and the United States by Sven Steinmo
Allopatry refers to a form of speciation in which 149 4 The United States.
A Dictionary of Geography (2015)
by Susan Mayhew
Allopatry is the occurrence of species or populations of a species in geographically separate, nonoverlapping habitats. Marko (1998) Evolution 52, 3, ...
Species Evolution (1995)
The Role of Chromosome Change by Max King
Thus, allopatry is the accepted and often unquestioned dogma (see Chapter 3). Indeed, Bush (1982) made the point that it is no longer acceptable for the advocates of allopatric speciation to dismiss non-allopatric models on the grounds that ...
A Dictionary of Entomology (2011)
ALLOPATRY Noun. (Greek, allos = other + patra = fatherland. PL, Allopatries.) Act or condition of populations of related organisms being separate in space or geographical distribution. See Biogeography. Cf. Parapatry ...
by Scott Elias, Cary Mock
It is an indication that speciation has occurred due to a combination of three factors: allopatry (or geographical isolation), localadaptation, and geneticdrift. Thesixhominin adaptiveradiations areeach characterized by a large number of species, ...
by James A. Jobling
Allopatry is the noun form (Gr. allos different; patris country, fatherland) (cf. sympatric). In ornithology applied to the various geographically separated members ...
by Vladimir V. Gouli, Svetlana Y. Gouli, Jose A.P. Marcelino
however, allopatry is directly linked with speciation and the occurrence of new species due to isolation. Allicin antibiotic product from garlic, Allium sativum; used for the suppression of different bacteria, including phytopathogenic forms.
by S. Choudhary
allopatry : The condition of two populations of the same species being separated by a geographic barrier that prevents them from interbreeding. allopolyploid : A hybrid, usually a plant, which is created from ...
by Maggenti Mary Ann, Maggenti Armand, Gardner Scott
allopatry n. [Gr. allos, other; patrios, father land] Populations separated by spatial ...
6000 Scientific Terms Explored and Explained by Michael Allaby
allopatry The ...
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