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congeneric

(of species) in the same genus.
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library(psych) set.seed(42) cong <- sim.congeneric(c(0.9,0.8,0.7,0.5), N=500, categorical = TRUE, short = TRUE, low=-3, high=3) The alpha and omega coefficients are then calculated using the congeneric measurement model:
(2004) compared the heterozygosity in 170 threatened/non-threatened pairs of taxa (taxonomically related but not necessarily congeneric), from which 36 were plant species.
meadewaldoi, when compared to the other congeneric species, could be related to the accumulaton of terminal heterochromatn, placing this species as karyotypically derived within Frieseomelita.
Balogh, "Interspecific hybridization involving Limenitis archippus and its congeneric species (Nymphalidae)," Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, vol.
yongdokensis hatchlings were observed from one to five DAH, which is similar to the congeneric I.
The magnitudes of these genetic distances were fully concordant with those previously reported for congeneric species of Veneridae, both for the mitochondrial COI gene [5] and the nuclear ITS2 [19] sequences analyzed.
Comparisons of ribosomal internal transcribed spacers from two congeneric species of flukes (Platyhelminthes: Trematoda: Digenea).
Comparing reproductive traits among congeneric species from different environments is very important for understanding evolution in fish life-history (Partridge and Harvey, 1988; Wiedmann et al., 2014).
[11.] Simkova A, Gelnar M, Morand S (2001) Order and desorder in ectoparasite communities: The case of congeneric gill monogeneans (Dactylogyrus spp).
Exotic plants species may cause many impacts on the ecological patterns of the local community and when congeneric with local species, they may promote competition for pollinators or lead to interspecific interference with pollen in native flowers (Albrecht et al., 2012; Lopezaraiza-Mikel et al., 2007; Traveset and Richardson, 2006).