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interspecific

(ĭn′tər-spĭ-sĭf′ĭk) also

interspecies

(-spē′shēz)
adj.
Arising or occurring between species: interspecific altruism.
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Taskent, Gokcumen and their team also looked at specific genes that may have been passed down from interspecies mating.
Coptotermes colonies mature 8 yr after initial foundation (Chouvenc & Su 2014), which implies that the detection of field F1 hybrid colonies may only be possible years after the initial interspecies mating, and it may take decades before F2 may be recorded, if ever produced.
Human EPS cells, combined with the interspecies blastocyst complementation platform as reported by the same Salk team in January 2017, hold great potential for the generation of human organs in pigs to meet the rising demand for donor organs.
"We are now testing to see whether human EPS cells are more efficient in chimeric contribution to pigs, whose organ size and physiology are closer to humans." Human EPS cells, combined with the interspecies blastocyst complementation platform as reported by the same Salk team in Cell in January 2017, hold great potential for the generation of human organs in pigs to meet the rising demand for donor organs.
ANIMALS, WORK, and the Promise of Interspecies Solidarity covers a vast intellectual terrain by bringing contemporary work and labour issues together with thinking about animals, nature, and social relations.
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But only extraordinary interspecies friendships will save Hualiama's beloved kingdom of Fra'anior and restore the king to the Onyx Throne.
Cynthia Willett's Interspecies Ethics examines a wide range of non-human animal studies and explores their ethical connotations so richly from so many interdisciplinary perspectives as to baffle any attempt at an adequate summary.
The article describes interspecies friendships at an animal sanctuary.
Lyric's mysterious new principal assigns her a dangerous task: befriending Fathom, the handsome but deadly Alpha prince, in hopes that their relationship will influence other students and quell the interspecies brutality.
She has no interest or involvement in the Interspecies Union, space travel or any of its mysteries-even discoveries of the ruins of ancient alien civilizations-until she stumbles upon another migration taking place on a universal level: one that could destroy everything.