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congeneric

[¦kän·jə′ner·ik]
(systematics)
Referring to the species of a given genus.
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In addition, studies of 37 congeneric taxa of the Korean orchids sampled from outside Korea (i.e., 37 taxa outside Korea), that were conducted at different laboratories, were included in this study to make comparisons between rare and common taxa (with a total of 46 entries; Table 1).
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