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Gene Flow

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The movement of genes from different populations of species.

Sometimes geological events, or geographical barriers for example, can interrupt the free movements of genes in a species population. This can lead to speciation over long periods of time due to subtle changes in the gene pool of each of the splinter groups on each side of the geographical barrier.