Definition of biogeographic in English:

biogeographic

adjective

  • See biogeography

    • ‘Second, the results of standard cladistic biogeographic analyses, which may combine groups of different ages, cannot be unambiguously attributed to any particular cause.’
    • ‘There are a variety of phylogenetic biogeographic methods.’
    • ‘This ancestral biogeographic distribution encompassed a much broader range, comprising Siberia and southern Europe-northern Africa.’
    • ‘But because they do not advocate this practice, they review island biogeography and biogeographic principles of reserve design in separate, widely spaced chapters.’
    • ‘Williams et al. compare the biogeographic signal in mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequences in Indo-West Pacific starfish and snapping shrimp.’

Pronunciation

biogeographic

/ˌbʌɪəʊdʒɪəˈɡrafɪk/