interpopulation

interpopulation

(ˌɪntəˌpɒpjʊˈleɪʃən)
adj
occurring or existing between the population
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Grandfather effects: the genetics of interpopulation difference in offspring size in the mosquitofish.
The relative proportion of arsenic metabolites in urine has been reported to be around 10-30% inorganic arsenic, 10-20% MMA, and 60-80% DMA, with substantial interpopulation and intrapopulation variations (Hernandez and Marcos 2008; Huang et al.
Copper Toxicity to Microscopic Stages of Giant Kelp Macrocystis Pyrifera: Interpopulation Comparisons and Temporal Variability.
Generation of statistically relevant interpopulation data could be accomplished quite cheaply and conveniently.
Moreover, it is still necessary to identify differences in the interpopulation gene flow patterns related to geographical and ecological barriers in the Brazilian subtropical region; and to propose conservation measures considering that T.
As one can expect for a wide-ranging small mammal, a considerable interpopulation variation was documented in the common hamster, formalised in recognition of about nine subspecies (Niethammer 1982, Berdyugin & Bolshakov 1998).
Apparently, the different location of river impoundments can lead to an enhancement of pre-existing genetic differences, providing a high interpopulation structuring (Esguicero and Arcifa, 2010).
altamirani and other populations that suggest additional study on interpopulation variation is needed to determine how much among population variation in natural history and ecology exists.
The concept of heterotic patterns includes the subdivision of the germplasm available in a hybrid breeding program in at least divergent groups for the different populations, which are improved with interpopulation selection.