infraspecific


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infraspecific

(ĭn′frə-spĭ-sĭf′ĭk)
adj.
Occurring within a species.

infraspecific

within a species.
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Morphological characteristics subjected to constant modification need to be carefully studied and identified, and morphological 'accidents' shall not be used for the proposition of new species and infraspecific taxa in desmids.
There are currently more than 127,000 separate species and infraspecific algae listed in the database known as AlgaeBase.
On the other hand, Cladonia is also known for intricate specific and especially infraspecific nomenclature.
The term "biotype" usually designates an infraspecific group of organisms that are not morphologically distinguishable, but differing by a biological function (Eastop 1973).
The taxonomy of these species and their infraspecific taxa is presented, together with their distribution, ecology and phenology; full descriptions and chromosome counts are provided and there is a key to their identification.
pycnophylla shows some geographic variation classified in three infraspecific levels: E.
Results--Diversity--We recorded 79 genera, 259 species, and 45 infraspecific taxa of legumes in the study region.
This effort revealed that 3,740 species and 387 infraspecific taxa in 1,117 genera comprising 203 vascular plant families were found to represent the Alabama flora.
Frequently, species are distinguished by a combination of characters, while the difference in only one character may be interpreted as infraspecific variation.