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spe·ci·a·tion

(spē'shē-ā'shŭn),
The evolutionary process by which diverse species of animals or plants are formed from a common ancestral stock.

speciation

/spe·ci·a·tion/ (spe″se-a´shun) the evolutionary formation of new species.

speciation

(spē′shē-ā′shən, -sē-)
n.
The formation of new biological species through the process of evolution.

spe′ci·ate′ v.
spe′ci·a′tion·al adj.

spe·ci·a·tion

(spē'shē-ā'shŭn)
The evolutionary process by which diverse species of animals or plants are formed from a common ancestral stock.

speciation

the process by which new species are formed. Speciation occurs when gene flow has effectively ceased between populations where it previously existed and is brought about by ISOLATING MECHANISMS.see GEOGRAPHICAL ISOLATION.
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Dinosaurs and trilobites rode out environmental change by speciating into many adaptive forms, and persisted 150 million years and 200 million years respectively.
Consider such cost factors as gas generating systems, enclosures, and anaerobic indicators; carbon dioxide tanks; identification reagents; biochemical batteries for speciating test organisms for use on other media; lyophilized stock cultures or stabilized patient-originated organisms; freezer vials and holding media; paper and notebooks for data storage; and review time by technologists, supervisors, and pathologists.