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intraspecific

(ĭn′trə-spĭ-sĭf′ĭk) also

intraspecies

(-spē′shēz, -sēz)
adj.
Arising or occurring within a species: intraspecific competition.

intraspecific

within the species.
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In addition, Hervet (2004a) indicated that very limited information was available on the intraspecific variability of its only known representative, and also on the interspecific variability of taxa considered as potentially closely related to it.
In the gray squirrel, intraspecific interactions, predator attacks, and falls are likely causes of injury.
Under large water stress condition, in the experiment carried out in 2007/08, it was noted that the increase in density led to higher losses due to higher intraspecific competition between plants in the crop rows.
Thus, according to Fancelli & Dourado Neto (2004), any adversity that occurs in this stage, as a combined effect of the intraspecific competition, can result in EL reduction, causing a consequent decrease in grain yield.
An F2 population was developed from an intraspecific cross between drought tolerant genotype FH-207 and drought susceptible genotype FH-901of G.
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A Mann-Whitney U test was carried out in Statistica 10 to detect significant genetic differences between inter- and intraspecific Tamura-Nei distances for the Octopus species analyzed.
2012), the intraspecific p-distance of cytochrome oxidase II gene varied in the range 0-2.