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interfertile

(ĭn′tər-fûr′tl)
adj.
Capable of interbreeding.

in′ter·fer·til′i·ty (-fûr-tĭl′ĭ-tē) n.
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Individuals from one habitat type are interfertile with those from the other.
However, most taxonomists are suspicious of alleged species that are 100 % interfertile, as are the putative species of Cannabis.
These two strains are completely interfertile with one another and do not display any premating isolation.
RS-H is cytologically similar to and interfertile with the cultivar NewHy (Asay et al.
Furthermore, instances of deep genetic differentiation across zoogeographic boundaries need not reflect speciation: although the tidepool copepod Tigriopus californicus exhibits a minimum of 18% COI divergence across PC (Burton and Lee 1994), populations on either side of PC are interfertile (Burton 1990).
are closely related since they are completely interfertile and have regular chromosome pairing at meiosis (Armstrong, 1987).
1] among 102 oat lines, including commercial cultivars, experimental lines, and accessions of the wild, interfertile oat relative A.
sechellia form the "simulans clade" and are partially interfertile, producing fertile females but sterile males in all three interspecific crosses (Lachaise et al.
All the hexaploid Avena species have the same karyotype (AACCDD) and are interfertile (Rajhathy, 1963).