intrapopulation

intrapopulation

(ˌɪntrəˌpɒpjʊˈleɪʃən)
adj
occurring within a population or between members of a population
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Intrapopulation variation in stature and body proportions: Social status and sex differences in an Italian medieval population (Trino Vercellese, VC).
Temperature and other factors that regulate the composition and intrapopulation densities of Bothriocephalus acheilognathi (Cestoda) in Gambusia affinis (Pisces).
Sexual dimorphism is a source of intrapopulation variation that continues to be extensively studied in multiple taxa, not only for the role of sexual selection, but also for ecological processes that can amplify or reduce morphological and behavioural differences between the sexes (Spoljaric and Reimchen, 2008).
2013) during the examination and comparison of two rural communities of brazil regarding the knowledge, perception of morphological variations (size fruit, flavor fruit, shape fruit, yield pulp and fruit color), morphological characteristics of preference at the time of collection; evaluation on the inter--and intrapopulation morphological differences of species and assessment of diversity, variability and local genetic structure of Spondias tuberosa populations under different management regimes based on the ISSR analysis.
Although population structure can be discerned with only four microsatellite loci, the intrapopulation contribution to the overall diversity is often greater than 95% by analysis of molecular variance.
For example, intrapopulation differences in dispersal distances were found to be correlated with behavioral traits by Fraser et al.
Various methods of genetic breeding for plants exist, including intrapopulation recurrent selection that allows the accumulation of favorable alleles at each selection cycle, thus obtaining real profits for the improved characters (Silva, Ramalho, & Abreu, 2007).
In general, cycads have been reported to show low intrapopulation variation and high interpopulation differentiation, these being biological and evolutionary characteristics of cycads (Yang & Meerow, 1996).
One of the central problems of population ecology is to develop the methods to assess an ecotope, revealing the effects of each individual and a combination of factors in the study population, and their members or intrapopulation groups, on biocenoses and ecosystem.
Survey of parasites in intrapopulation of cultured Brycon insignis Stenind achner, 1876 (Pisces Characidae) from the north fluminense region.
Trying to detect possible seasonal and intrapopulation variability, the data were analyzed using the hierarchical cluster analysis (HCA) and principal component analysis (PCA) statistical tools.