“The Birds of Northern Melanesia (written with Jared Diamond) provides a detailed picture of one of Mayr's principal fields of research ” how birds develop into different species ( 'speciate') on island archipelagos.”
“Such diversity results from Baikal's great age, which gave animals time to evolve and speciate.”
“They don't think God started things off four billion years ago by "breathing life into" some simple unicellular organism that then began to speciate and evolve to produce all of the subsequent biodiversity of this planet.”
“We know that we can get faster breeding plants in new environments to speciate faster - not just on islands where isolation is marked in thousands of years, but very recent, human brought arrivals like the Chinese Tallow Tree, which has evolved into a distinct new species from Asian ones since Ben Franklin brought in the 1st specimens in.”
“This belt has played an important role in faunal evolution, as various taxa representative of one biome or the other have dispersed through this zone to speciate on the other side.”
“What we haven't done (but little rodents like voles have and dinosaurs once did) is speciate at a prolific rate.”
“Here, they have been able to speciate into new forms, partly due to the presence of Tertiary relict plant groups in this area.”
“Dr. Mallet's seminar was about the speciation processes in Heliconius butterflies of South America and whether or not these butterflies speciate in allopatry or sympatry.”
“If you ever need to speciate sulfur — sulphur, to you — in complex materials, let me know.”
“Isolated populations that have their gene pools cut-off from their parent populations tend to speciate rather quickly.”
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