biodiversification

bi·o·di·ver·si·fi·ca·tion (bī'ō-dĭ-vûr'sə-fĭ-kāʹshən, -dī-) n.
The process by which biodiversity develops or is increased within a region or a group of organisms.
  bi'o·di·verʹsi·fied adj.

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