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UNIVERSITY PLACE

How New Species Arise

  • Aired: 05/26/2010
  • 01:07:40
  • Rating: TV-G
Bret Payseur, Assistant Professor, Laboratory of Genetics, UW Madison Bret Payseur introduces the process by which new species originate, called speciation. He talks about speciation from a genetic perspective and addresses common misunderstandings.
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