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Senior Secondary Biology: Evolution- Adaptive Radiation
The process of evolution of different species in a given geographical area starting from a point and literally radiating to other areas of habitat is called adaptive radiation.

 
ID: 1341569
Language: English
School subject: Biology
Grade/level: 10-12
Age: 15+
Main content: Evolution
Other contents: Adaptive Radiation of Marsupials of Australia
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