intraspecific


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in·tra·spe·cif·ic

 (ĭn′trə-spĭ-sĭf′ĭk) also in·tra·spe·cies (-spē′shēz, -sēz)
adj.
Arising or occurring within a species: intraspecific competition.

intraspecific

(ˌɪntrəspəˈsɪfɪk) or

intraspecies

adj
(Zoology) relating to or occurring between members of the same species: intraspecific competition.
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Adj.1.intraspecific - arising or occurring within a species; involving the members of one species; "intraspecific competition"
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Furthermore, intraspecific and interspecific interactions among individuals of different species can impact population densities and the extent and spatial patterning of territories or home ranges (Law and Watkinson 1989, Adams 2001, Farwell and Marzluff 2013).
That was his discovery and first study of a social instinct unique to humans, which he called "the instinct of intraspecific solidarity".
Such conversions require detailed knowledge and a mechanistic understanding of the variation of the ER, which has been shown to exhibit considerable inter- and intraspecific variability.
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However, to my knowledge, this manner of intraspecific cooperation within both species has not been reported.
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Its intraspecific genetic variability is associated with different reservoir host and vector tick species (1-4); however, the roles of various vertebrates as competent reservoirs of A.
The blue crab is an economically and ecologically important species to Chesapeake Bay (Van Engel, 1958) and has well documented intraspecific (Jachowski, 1974; Clark et al.
Mounted "decoys" can be added to the design to examine interspecific and intraspecific aggression and territorial behavior.
1989), must involve intraspecific hybridization, aiming to exploit the genetic variability.
as proposed by Morren (1879), stating the putative differences between them are an artifact of environmental conditions and intraspecific variation.