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Despeciation is the loss of a unique species of animal due to its combining with another previously distinct species. It is the opposite of speciation and is much more rare. It is similar to extinction in that there is a loss of a unique species but without the associated loss of a biological lineage. Despeciation has been noted in species of butterflies, sunflowers, mosquitoes, fish, wolves, and even humans.

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  • إزالة مستضدات النوع
  • Despeciation
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  • إزالة مستضدات النوع يُقصد بها فقد جنس فريد من أجناس الحيوانات بسبب اندماجه مع أجناس مميزة سابقة. وهو عكس الانتواع كما أنه أكثر ندرة منه. وهو يشبه الانقراض في أنه يحدث فقد لأجناس فريدة، لكن بدون الفقد المقترن بذلك في السلالات البيولوجية.
  • Despeciation is the loss of a unique species of animal due to its combining with another previously distinct species. It is the opposite of speciation and is much more rare. It is similar to extinction in that there is a loss of a unique species but without the associated loss of a biological lineage. Despeciation has been noted in species of butterflies, sunflowers, mosquitoes, fish, wolves, and even humans.
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  • إزالة مستضدات النوع يُقصد بها فقد جنس فريد من أجناس الحيوانات بسبب اندماجه مع أجناس مميزة سابقة. وهو عكس الانتواع كما أنه أكثر ندرة منه. وهو يشبه الانقراض في أنه يحدث فقد لأجناس فريدة، لكن بدون الفقد المقترن بذلك في السلالات البيولوجية.
  • Despeciation is the loss of a unique species of animal due to its combining with another previously distinct species. It is the opposite of speciation and is much more rare. It is similar to extinction in that there is a loss of a unique species but without the associated loss of a biological lineage. Despeciation has been noted in species of butterflies, sunflowers, mosquitoes, fish, wolves, and even humans.
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