intrapopulation

intrapopulation

(ˌɪntrəˌpɒpjʊˈleɪʃən)
adj
occurring within a population or between members of a population
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Previous studies on sichel reported a variation coefficient greater than 10% for head height (4), preorbital distance (5), eye diameter (6), postorbital distance (7), length of base D (13), and distance P-v (19) (Raczynski et al., 2011), but the specimens from this study belong to the population which could affect intrapopulation variation.
Genetic variability with in populations: Genetic diversity analysis indicated that all populations were similar with respect to intrapopulation level of genetic variations.
In an attempt to overcome this obstacle, the State University of Northern Rio de Janeiro (UENF) started in 1998 the passion-fruit breeding program via intrapopulation recurrent selection aiming at the release of more-productive cultivars adapted to the climatic conditions of the Norte Fluminense region and other producing regions in Brazil (VIANA et al., 2004).
This species has genetically determined intrapopulation polymorphism in spine color, varying from white to purple to green (Wise, 2011).
Inter--and intrapopulation variation in thermal reaction norms for growth rate: Evolution of latitudinal compensation in ectotherms with a genetic constraint.
Although most previous studies explain how the density dependence process occurs at the intrapopulation level, some ecologists argue that organizational interdependence can exist at multiple levels of analysis (Carroll & Wade, 1991).
The analysis of molecular variance (AMOVA) indicated that 31.79% of the total variance is between populations and 68.21% within populations, demonstrating that the higher genetic differentiation is at intrapopulation component than at interpopulation component (Table 5).
According to Hardy-Weinberg, and to the fixation index (f), the intrapopulation genetic variability has been quantified through the number of alleles per locus (A), the percentage of polymorphic loci (P) and the observed (Ho) and expected (He) heterozygosity (Ho) (Hamrick, 1983).
MaF36 displayed the highest level of intrapopulation variation in terms of expected heterozygosity while BM8125 was slightly less variable than the other studied loci.
chrysippus, we found very minor variation which may be intrapopulation variation in D.