allotopic

allotopic

adjective An older term, referring either to
(1) Malpositioned (dystopic), or 
(2) Ectopic.
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Oca-Cossio J, Kenyon L, Hao H, Moraes CT (2003) Limitations of allotopic expression of mitochondrial genes in mammalian cells.
Perales-Clemente E, Fernandez-Silva P, Adn-Perez R, Perez-Martos A, Enriquez JA (2011) Allotopic expression of mitochondrial-encoded genes in mammals: achieved goal, undemonstrated mechanism or impossible task?
Niche overlap in allotopic and syntopic populations of sexually interacting ground-hopper species.
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Allotopic distribution of native frogs and introduced fishes in high Sierra Nevada lakes of California: Implication of the negative effects offish introductions.
The skull is associated with a horse premolar that confirms an allotopic burial.
However, when circumstances change, previously allotopic species may suddenly find themselves syntopic.
Here we compare the community-level effects of two broadly sympatric aquatic predators with largely allotopic distributions, to see whether generalist predators of similar size have comparable impacts on community patterns.
I examined the effect of pH and competition with two anurans, one an allotopic congener and one a less closely related syntopic species, on Hyla andersonii, the Pine Barrens treefrog.