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Definition of the adjective allopatric
What does allopatric mean as an attribute of a noun?
- (of biological species or speciation) occurring in areas isolated geographically from one another
Alternative definition of the adjective allopatric
- [biology] Not living in the same territory; geographically isolated and thus unable to crossbreed
- coordinate terms: sympatric
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by John M. Hancock, Marketa J. Zvelebil
Hoelzel Allopatric evolutionoccurs whenpopulations ofthesame species diverge geneticallyin geographically isolated locations (having non-overlapping geographic ranges). Such differentiation, together with the developmentof pre- ...
by Paras Nath
Allopatric: Having ranges that do not overlap. It is a term applied to two or more populations which occupy mutually exclusive (but usually adjacent) geographical areas (cf. Sympatric). Or, non-overlapping geographic distributions of organisms ...
by O. P. Singh, S. K. Srivastava
Allopatric: Of populations or species, occupying mutually exclusive (but usually adjacent) geographical area. Allopatric hybridization: Hybridization between two allopatric populations (species or subspecies) along a well-defined contact zone.
by Bernard Wood
allopatric speciation A mode of speciation in which new species evolve as a consequence of the original species population being divided by a geographic barrier. The resulting physical isolation leads to a loss of gene flow, ...
Encyclopedia of Biology (2009)
by Don Rittner, Timothy Lee McCabe
allopatric speciation 11 allochronic speciation Speciation that takes place related to time rather than space; populations that are reproductively isolated due to mating at different times. See also SPECIATION . allometric growth The variation in ...
A Dictionary of Zoology (2014)
by Michael Allaby
allopatric Applied to species or populations that occupy habitats which are geographically separated, and that do not occur together in nature. Compare SYMPATRIC. allopatric speciation The formation of new * species ...
by Bernard Wood
Allopatric speciation is thought to be the most common cause of speciation in mammals, including hominins. See also parapatric speciation; ...
A Dictionary of Science (2017)
by Jonathan Law
allopatric. Describing or relating to groups of similar organisms that could interbreed but do not because they are geographically separated. Compare SYMPATRIC. See SPECIATION.
by Heinz Mehlhorn, Horst Aspöck
Allopatric. Speciation. Substance (e.g., house dust) or portions of an animal (e.g., mite), that cause an increased immune-reaction in humans. From Greek: allos = alien, Latin: patria = homeland. This term describes the formation/occurrence of ...
by Manjit Singh Dhooria
defencive secretions Allopatric: Populations or species, occupying mutually exclusive but usually ...
by Gurbachan Miglani
allopatric speciation: A natural process of speciation involving formation of a new species by sister ecotypes (belonging to the same population) geographically isolated over a long period such that ...
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Allopatric Astatotilapia mate choice
4-way partial partition egg catcher: females given choice of four males at a time, one from each of four allopatric populations (Salima, Lake Chilingali, Rovuma, Chizumulu Island).
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