intraspecies


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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.
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Adj.1.intraspecies - arising or occurring within a species; involving the members of one species; "intraspecific competition"
interspecies, interspecific - arising or occurring between species; "an interspecific hybrid"
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The molecular dates for the interspecies and intraspecies divergences were estimated based on the cytb data using two different procedures.
scabiei mites have been described as distinct groups, and intraspecies and interspecies transmission have been proposed to occur among hosts of the same taxon but not among different taxa under natural conditions (8).
"Intraspecies Communication: Memory, Story-Telling, and Football in American Fiction of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars." War, Literature & the Arts 28 (2016): 1-27.
Two-step strategies using interspecies-specific and intraspecies commonality were used to identify specific genes by online BLAST.
The AI-2 signalling molecule is, derived from precursor 4,5-dihydroxy-2,3-pentanedione (DPD), involved in both intraspecies as well as in interspecies communication.
Intraspecies indices of mollusks' invasiveness by partenites and larvae of the trematodes varied depending on the type of ponds.
According to genetic similarity and intraspecies differentiation, the sixteen Mycoplasma isolates were grouped into two main different clusters with about 60% genetic similarity.
Second, relationships between ITD and dry mass are strong when making interspecies comparisons, but weaken for intraspecies comparisons.
A prerequisite would be to collect additional populations of this nematode in order to capture the intraspecies variation before designing primers.
naja venom on vital organs, the data records do not reveal sufficient evidence to support the factors of intraspecies variability due to location of origin.