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Segregation or segregate may refer to:
Separation of people
- Geographical segregation, rates of two or more populations which are not homogenous throughout a defined space
- Housing segregation
- Racial segregation, separation of humans into racial groups in daily life
- Racial segregation in the United States, a specific period in U.S. history
- Religious segregation, the separation of people according to their religion
- Residential segregation, the physical separation of two or more groups into different neighborhoods
- Sex segregation, the physical, legal, and cultural separation of people according to their biological sex
Separation of objects
- Segregation in materials, enrichment of a material constituent at a free surface or an internal interface of a material
- Particle segregation, tendency of particulate solids to segregate by size, density, shape and other properties
- Magnetic-activated cell sorting, a method for separation of various cell populations depending on their surface antigens
- Segregate (taxonomy), created when a taxon is split off from another taxon
- Mendel's law of segregation, observation in Mendelian inheritance that each parent passes only one allele to its offspring
- Security segregation, regulatory rules requiring that customer assets be held separate from assets of a brokerage firm
- Segregated cycle facilities, marked lanes, tracks, shoulders and paths designated for use by bicyclists
- Trail segregation, the practice of designating certain trails as having a specific preferred or exclusive use
- Business segregation, the idea that a business owner enforces the act where the permanent workers reside in one spot and the temporary in another place
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- Segment (disambiguation)
- Separate (disambiguation)
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