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intraspecific

[¦in·trə·spə·′sif·ik]
(biology)
Being within or occurring among the members of the same species.
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As Table 1 shows, all typical uncertainty factors include an uncertainty component, and an adjustment component, except for the intraspecies factor, where the adjustment component is replaced by a variability component.
Intraspecies identities of the homologous 18S region of rDNA from specimens of Pilobolus were > 99%.
The mtDNA displacement loop (D-loop) has been used extensively to evaluate intraspecies variation of Asian cattle breeds (Mannen et al.
To facilitate the formation and negotiation of intraspecies dominance hierarchies, a social rank system (SRS) is thought to have evolved (Fournier et al.
The latter approach has shown that the intergenic spacer (ITS) region sequence between the 16S and 23S rRNA genes has low intraspecies variation and high levels of interspecies divergence (5).
Along these lines, it does not seem correct to limit intermental functions to intraspecies relations alone, even if, for instance, my cognitive processes differ from my cats'.
A competitive mechanism used by bacteria known as intraspecies interference has been identified in which bacteria secrete compounds that block autoinducer effects, thereby allowing for the advantage gain of competitive colonization of a suitable environment.
New research suggests that intraspecies communication exists on a cellular level, as demonstrated by rats communicating with human stem cells in the same genetic language
This is certainly true for independent teachers, but even if one is institutionally affiliated and therefore fortunate enough to have colleagues down the hall, the demands of running a voice studio and managing one's other professional and personal interests often quell any substantive intraspecies connection.
Drug metabolizing enzymes are known for their high degree of interspecies and intraspecies variability.
For intraspecific overlap, a separate index was calculated for each random sampling of intraspecies pairs in June, July, and September 2000 and March 2002.
Our findings suggest that the stabilization and expansion of Mup chemosensation resulted in the co-option of function to include both inter- and intraspecies communications," wrote the researchers.