EUGENE M. MCCARTHY, PHD GENETICS
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This section has listed several different types of well-documented stabilization processes:
These various types of stabilization processes are all well-known, well-understood ways of producing new types of organisms. This section also pointed out that many such forms have been, or are currently being, treated as species. Most, but not all, of these processes depend upon hybridization. It was also explained how such processes, through their repeated occurrence can generate entire complexes of related forms (e.g., agamic complexes, polyploid complexes). Concrete examples were given of each of these various types of stabilization processes. So stabilization processes are observed facts, not theoretical mechanisms. They provide proof of evolutionary change. NEXT PAGE >>
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