PRESENTATION ON SPECIATION. GROUP NO. Definition of speciation. This is the process by which one or more species arise from the previously existing species. .
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PRESENTATION ON SPECIATION
Allopatric speciation(Greek allos, "other" + Greek patrā, "fatherland")
Speciation by geographic isolation. In this mode of speciation, something extrinsic to the organisms prevents two or more groups from mating with each other regularly, eventually causing that lineage to speciate. Isolation might occur because of great distance or a physical barrier, such as a desert or river, as shown below.
In Parapatric speciation there is no specific extrinsic barrier to gene flow. The population is continuous, but nonetheless, the population does not mate randomly. Individuals are more likely to mate with their geographic neighbors than with individuals in a different part of the population’s range. In this mode, divergence may happen because of reduced gene flow within the population and varying selection pressures across the population’s range.
Isolation is the segregation or separation of populations by certain barriers, which prevent interbreeding
Occurs where two species mate or flowers at different times of the year
Occurs where two species inhabit similarly regions but have different habitat preferences; for example violaarvensisgrows on the calcareous soil whereas viola tricolor prefers acidic soils .
Occurs where animals exhibits courtship patterns, mating only results in the courtship display by only
Occurs in animals where the differences in genitalia prevents successful copulation and in plants where related species of flowers are pollinated by different animals.
1. Geographic IsolationIn the fruit fly example, some fruit fly larvae were washed up on an island, and speciation started because populations were prevented from interbreeding by geographic isolation. Scientists think that geographic isolation is a common way for the process of speciation to begin: rivers change course, mountains rise, continents drift, organisms migrate, and what was once a continuous population is divided into two or more smaller populations.