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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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annuus can increased the group-based interspecific competitive ability with two co-existing herbs.
We observed an incident that we believe represents interspecific aggression on 14 May 2015, while mist netting along Bull Creek, Humboldt Redwoods State Park (UTM: Zone 10 N, 416309E, 4467328N, WGS84).
Interspecific interactions and dominance among wild Great Basin ungulates.
When interspecific and intraspecific average rates from the different prospected regions were compared, three loci showed lower internal species variations than the rate reported among the groups.
Interspecific relations among three hymenopterous egg parasites of the pine moth, Dendrolimus spectabilis Butler (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae) in the Japanese black pine forest.
Interspecific dyadic encounters were conducted in the field from 12 May to 5 August 1983 and from 29 March to 9 May 1984.
Illustrative examples of the practical use of this tool are provided, including both interspecific and intraspecific variations within both marine and fresh-water clams.
These methods allows for studying interspecific and intraspecific polymorphism, identifying and certifying different types of cultivated plants.
Key words: Fine root dry weight; Fine root vertical barycenter; Fruit tree-crop intercropping system; Stratified digging method; Underground interspecific competition
Charles Darwin (1859) in his book "Origin of species" stated that Intraspecific and interspecific competition among organisms are a part of natural selection.