intraspecific


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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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Long-distance intraspecific pollen-mediated gene flow was not detected beyond 300 m of the pollinator blocks (Table 4).
Consider now some general analogies between ecological and economic competition, evolution, and their interconnections before concentrating on intraspecific competition.
It was not logistically possible for us to examine all combinations of plant-mediated interspecific and intraspecific competition between P.
Nevertheless, even fewer of these studies considered intraspecific effects or evaluated growth and reproduction across the gradient.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate intraspecific and interspecific competitive interactions involving S.
If the physical factors responsible for the boundary between biogeographic provinces also are responsible for the strong intraspecific genetic discontinuity among T.
In the present study, the intraspecific average genetic distance was 0.000 and the maximum genetic distances between different haplotypes was 0.002, which was less than 0.010, respectively.
Even with this recent attention, the prevalence of intraspecific predation in herbivorous insects and its drivers and consequences are understudied.
We study the intraspecific genetic structure of a species with a typical "circum-Amazonian" distribution, T.