subtropically

subtropically

(sʌbˈtrɒpɪkəlɪ)
adv
1. (Physical Geography) in the subtropics
2. (Physical Geography) in a way that resembles the subtropics
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Consequences of dispersal of subtropically spawned crevalle jacks, Caranx hippos, to temperature estuaries.
Heterosis in maize hybrids developed from subtropically adapted inbred lines, p.
Consequences of dispersal of subtropically spawned crevalles jacks, Caranx hippos, to temperate estuaries.
The four chosen CIMMYT populations are subtropically adapted materials, each with components of temperate and tropical germplasm in their pedigrees.
Grouping species by spawning, larval, and juvenile characteristics and comparing their fate in these large oceanographic systems will help define the appropriate spatial scale for sampling these populations in the western North Atlantic, as well as in other systems such as the Sea of Japan (Nishimura, 1965), the Agulhas Current (Beckley, 1985), and the East Australian Current (Miskiewicz, 1981) where similar dispersal patterns of subtropically spawned species to temperate waters have been described.