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Musca darwinicus
Population A
original population

Population B
(500 generations)


Notable genotype mutations:

------REGION GENESK5------
ATCGATTGAACTCTAGAGATTTCATC
TAGCTAACTTGAGATCTCTAAAGTTC
^
ATCGATTGAGCTCTAGCGATTTCGTC
TAGCTAACTCGAGATCGCTAAAGCAG


0.6% divergence from Population A


Population C
(500 generations)


Notable genotype mutations:

------REGION GENESK8------
ATCGCTTGAGCTCTCGCTATTTCGTC
TAGCGAACTCGAGAGCGATAAAGCAG
^
ATCGATTGAGCTCTAGCGATTTCGTC
TAGCTAACTCGAGATCGCTAAAGCAG


0.6% divergence from Population A


Population D
(750 generations)


Notable genotype mutations:

------REGION GENEEY1------
TGGCCGCGTGCGACTCGGACTCGACT
ACCGGCGCACGCTGAGCCTGAGCTGA
^
TGGCCGCATGCGACTAGGAATCGACT
ACCGGCGTACGCTGATCCTTAGCTGA


0.9% divergence from Population A


XxX EXTINCTION XxX


Population F
(750 generations)


Notable genotype mutations:

------REGION GENEEW3------
TGGCCGCGTGCGACTCGGACTCGACT
ACCGGCGCACGCTGAGCCTGAGCTGA
^
TGGCCGCATGCGACTAGGAATCGACT
ACCGGCGTACGCTGATCCTTAGCTGA


0.9% divergence from Population A


Population G
(750 generations)


Notable genotype mutations:

------REGION GENEEY7------
TGTCCGAATGCTACTAGGAATCGACT
ACTGGCATACGATGATCCTTAGCTGA
^
TGGCCGCATGCGACTAGGAATCGACT
ACCGGCGTACGCTGATCCTTAGCTGA


0.9% divergence from Population A


Population H
(1000 generations)


Notable genotype mutations:

------REGION GENEDB1------
GTGTAGTTGACCGCAGCTAAAGGCTA
CACATCAACTGGCGTCGATTTCCGAT
^
GTGTAGTCGACCGTAGCTAAAAGCTA
CACATCAGCTGGCATCGATTTTCGAT


1.2% divergence from Population A


XxX EXTINCTION XxX


Population L
(1000 generations)


Notable genotype mutations:

------REGION GENEDB5------
GTGTAGTTGACCGCAGCTAAAGGCTA
CACATCAACTGGCGTCGATTTCCGAT
^
GTGTAGTCGACCGTAGCTAAAAGCTA
CACATCAGCTGGCATCGATTTTCGAT


1.2% divergence from Population A


XxX EXTINCTION XxX


Population N
(1000 generations)


Notable genotype mutations:

------REGION GENEDW7------
TAAGGGCATTACGTACGATATAGGAC
ATTCCCGTAATGCATGCTATATCCTG
^
TAAGGGCATGACGTACGAAATAGTAC
ATTCCCGTACTGCATGCTTTATCATG


1.2% divergence from Population A


XxX EXTINCTION XxX



Defining speciation: The evolutionary formation of new biological species, usually
by the division of a single species into two or more genetically distinct ones.(Harper Collins)

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