Segregation

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Segregation may refer to:

Separation of people[edit]

Separation of objects[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Segregate (taxonomy), created when a taxon is split off from another taxon
  • Chromosome segregation, the process that occurs during cell division whereby chromosomes separate and migrate to opposite ends of the cell
  • 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, on the broker's books
  • 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

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