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{{Definition|title=Macroevolution|definition=As macroevolution we consider the long term formation of different species from common ancestors. It is a scale of analysis of evolution in separated [[gene pool]]s. <ref>Matzke, Nicholas J. and Paul R. Gross. 2006. Analyzing Critical Analysis: The Fallback Antievolutionist Strategy. In Eugenie Scott and Glenn Branch, Not in Our Classrooms: Why Intelligent Design is Wrong for Our Schools, Beacon Press, Boston ISNB:0807032786</ref>}}
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{{Definition|title=Macroevolution|definition=As macroevolution we consider the long term formation of different species from common ancestors. It is a scale of analysis of evolution in separated [[gene pool]]s. <ref>Matzke, Nicholas J. and Paul R. Gross. 2006. Analyzing Critical Analysis: The Fallback Antievolutionist Strategy. In Eugenie Scott and Glenn Branch, ''Not in Our Classrooms: Why Intelligent Design is Wrong for Our Schools'', Beacon Press, Boston ISNB:0807032786</ref>}}
  
  

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Definition of Macroevolution:
As macroevolution we consider the long term formation of different species from common ancestors. It is a scale of analysis of evolution in separated gene pools. [1]
This is the common definition for Macroevolution, other definitions can be discussed in the article


References

  1. Matzke, Nicholas J. and Paul R. Gross. 2006. Analyzing Critical Analysis: The Fallback Antievolutionist Strategy. In Eugenie Scott and Glenn Branch, Not in Our Classrooms: Why Intelligent Design is Wrong for Our Schools, Beacon Press, Boston ISNB:0807032786
The main author of this article is Stamoulis, Antonios
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Citation: Stamoulis, Antonios (2009): Macroevolution. Available from http://www.coastalwiki.org/wiki/Macroevolution [accessed on 3-12-2021]