infraspecific


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in·fra·spe·cif·ic

 (ĭn′frə-spĭ-sĭf′ĭk)
adj.
Occurring within a species.

infraspecific

(ˌɪnfrəspəˈsɪfɪk)
adj
(Biology) biology occurring within or affecting all members of a species: infraspecific variation.
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2003) have concluded that variants below the biological species level (often classified as subspecies and varieties) are usually not generated in a hierarchical fashion, either in nature or in cultivation, and so using more than one infraspecific rank for crop-weed complexes, as has been commonly done in an attempt to reflect evolutionary patterns, is usually unjustified.
There are currently more than 127,000 separate species and infraspecific algae listed in the database known as AlgaeBase.
7, 7a, 7b, 8, 8a, and 8b): Uncus slender, slightly dilated caudally, concave on caudal margin with lateral lobes produced (some infraspecific variations are found in the apical part of uncus).
The taxonomy of these species and their infraspecific taxa is presented, together with their distribution, ecology and phenology; full descriptions and chromosome counts are provided and there is a key to their identification.
Results--Diversity--We recorded 79 genera, 259 species, and 45 infraspecific taxa of legumes in the study region.
This effort revealed that 3,740 species and 387 infraspecific taxa in 1,117 genera comprising 203 vascular plant families were found to represent the Alabama flora.
Nominal species extinction, in contrast to bona fide extinction, is abstract and hypothetical, involving the designation of incorrect synonyms at the specific or infraspecific level (Leme, 2003).
Infraspecific variation in the chemistry of glandular trichomes of two Brazilian Viguiera populations.
Demand and Supply of Crop Infraspecific Diversity on Farms: Towards a Policy Framework for On-Farm Conservation.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the infraspecific systematics of Sarracenia alata.