The offshore ecotype
of bottlenose dolphins is generally found in waters >40 m deep but has been observed as close as 7.
brevicaule complex, even if not distinct species, are certainly ecotypes
that encompass genetic variation that may be important in future potato breeding.
Other geographical variation in morphology for subspecies of this large cervid was thought to be nutritional, and such differences were best regarded as ecotypes
Immediately after inoculation of leaves of Arabidopsis ecotype
Columbia with P.
radiata and the endoparasitoid Diaphorencyrtus aligarhensis (Shafee, Alam & Agarwal) under different humidity (and temperature) conditions, and this suggests that a priori selection for the best parasitoid or ecotype
A9 has a rose-colored calyx and belongs to the botanical type "Yakua", which has a medium sized calyx and is cultivated mainly for its leaves and seeds.
is a comparatively homogeneous unit, located on an extensive drumlinized till plateau surrounding periglacial lake deposits and dissected by many rivers, lakes, and wetlands.
Students will grow different ecotypes
of Arabidopsis under different environmental conditions and measure "fitness" of the ecotype
to each treatment.
galloprovicialis spat settle on the eyestocks and mouthparts of the crab, which are the only hard substrate in that particular ecotype
, effectively killing the animal.
The majority of killer whales in the eastern Aleutian Islands are the resident ecotype
, which does not consume marine mammals.
and cultivar differences in spikelet fertility and harvest index of rice in response to high temperature stress.
1999), with the former ecotype
having a higher red fluorescence and a higher (2- to 10-fold) chl