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in·ter·grade

 (ĭn′tər-grād′)
intr.v. in·ter·grad·ed, in·ter·grad·ing, in·ter·grades
To merge into each other in a series of stages, forms, or types.
n. (ĭn′tər-grād′)
A transitional stage, form, or type.

in′ter·gra·da′tion (-grā-dā′shən) n.

intergrade

vb
(Biology) (intr) (esp of biological species, etc) to merge one into another
n
an intermediate stage or form
ˌintergraˈdation n
ˌintergraˈdational adj
ˌinterˈgradient adj

in•ter•grade

(n. ˈɪn tərˌgreɪd; v. ˌɪn tərˈgreɪd)

n., v. -grad•ed, -grad•ing. n.
1. an intermediate grade, form, stage, etc.
v.i.
2. to merge gradually one into another through a series of intermediate stages or grades, as different species through evolution.
[1870–75]
in`ter•gra•da′tion, n.
in`ter•gra•da′tion•al, adj.

intergrade


Past participle: intergraded
Gerund: intergrading

Imperative
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intergrade
Present
I intergrade
you intergrade
he/she/it intergrades
we intergrade
you intergrade
they intergrade
Preterite
I intergraded
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we intergraded
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Present Continuous
I am intergrading
you are intergrading
he/she/it is intergrading
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you are intergrading
they are intergrading
Present Perfect
I have intergraded
you have intergraded
he/she/it has intergraded
we have intergraded
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Past Continuous
I was intergrading
you were intergrading
he/she/it was intergrading
we were intergrading
you were intergrading
they were intergrading
Past Perfect
I had intergraded
you had intergraded
he/she/it had intergraded
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Future
I will intergrade
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we will intergrade
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Future Perfect
I will have intergraded
you will have intergraded
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Future Continuous
I will be intergrading
you will be intergrading
he/she/it will be intergrading
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you will be intergrading
they will be intergrading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been intergrading
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he/she/it has been intergrading
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been intergrading
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you will have been intergrading
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been intergrading
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he/she/it had been intergrading
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you had been intergrading
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Conditional
I would intergrade
you would intergrade
he/she/it would intergrade
we would intergrade
you would intergrade
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Past Conditional
I would have intergraded
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Shelley (2000) previously reported similar intergrades from Garza Co.
Hirschfeld's sexual intergrades fell between normal men and normal women--physically as well as psychologically.
However, 2:1-2:1:1 intergrades were significant components in both the Oku red soils (Okinawa Island) and the Pamagersari red soils (Java Island).
Intercalation of Al in the interlayer region of swelling 2:1 silicates leads to the blocking of the interlayers and the resultant formation of 2:1-2:1:1 intergrades similar in characteristics to Al-chlorite (Dixon and Jackson 1962; Carstea et al.
However, the Oku samples were dominated by 2:1-2:1:1 intergrades and the Taira samples by illite and kaolinite.
In contrast, a sharp morphological distinction appears in the region of Lassen Peak between the unblotched oregonensis and the blotched platensis; thus, we do not assign any of these populations as intergrades.
Genetic distances from the single sample of picta (population 2) to nearby samples (populations 1, 3, and 4) that Stebbins (1949) considered to be either intergrades or oregonensis range from 0.
If we treat populations 33 and 34 as intergrades between platensis and croceater (based on color pattern only, following Stebbins 1949), the smallest genetic distance between "pure" platensis (32) and "pure" croceater (35) is only 0.
undulatus erythrocheilus in turn clearly intergrades.
undulatus tristichus); (2) in 100% of females, abdominal semeions are absent or faint (vs at most 11%, most of which are probably intergrades); and (3) all except intergrades have distinct dorsolateral light lines (vs indistinct lines).
viridis, intergrades over a rather broad geographic area with the eastern subspecies, C.
viridis, and sexlineatus/viridis intergrades were taken from Trauth (1980).
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