Ecotype

In evolutionary ecology, an ecotype, sometimes called ecospecies, describes a genetically distinct geographic variety, population or race within species (or among closely related), which is adapted to specific environmental conditions. Typically, ecotypes exhibit phenotypic differences (such as in morphology or physiology) stemming from environmen...
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ecotype

(Gk: oikos house; typos impression) a genetically differentiated subunit within species that represents ecological adaptation to certain local environments.
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Ecotype

A sub-population of a species that occurs in a particular well-defined environment, usually showing better adaptation to that environment than the species as a whole. (See cline.)
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ecotype

A subdivision of a species; a stage in the formation of a species such that reproductive isolation has occurred.
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Ecotype

A subdivision of a species; a stage in the formation of a species such that reproductive isolation h
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ecotype

A subspecies, or breed, that has adapted to its local environment and as a result is distinctive from other members of the species, but can still successfully interbreed with other members of the species. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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ecotype

ecotype, ecotypic 1. An organism that has adapted to its local environment through minor, genetically induced changes in its physiology; yet can still reproduce with other members of its species from other areas that have not undergone these changes. 2. A locally adapted population of a species with limited tolerance to changes in environmental fac...
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Ecotype

those individuals adapted to a specific environment or set of conditions
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Ecotype

those individuals adapted to a specific environment or set of conditions
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