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Genetic isolate

Definition

noun, plural: genetic isolates

A population of organisms that has minimal genetic mixing due to geographical isolation or to other mechanisms that prevented reproduction.


Supplement

Genetic isolates may form new species through an evolutionary process called speciation.


Related forms: genetic isolation (noun).

See also: speciation, gene pool.


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