The process of branching
forking, divarication, bifurcation, radiation, breaking, branching, dividing, subdividing, shooting off, partition; see also division 1.
Antonyms concentration*, centralization, uniting.
A result of ramification, sense 1
offshoot, bough, river; see branch 2, division 2.
A derived effect
consequence, repercussion, outgrowth, implication; see result.
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