Subspecies

A division of a species. Subspecies may differ from each other in certain minor details often because of geographical location.

Subspecies

In biological classification, subspecies (abbreviated `subsp.` or `ssp.`; plural: `subspecies`) is either a taxonomic rank subordinate to species, or a taxonomic unit in that rank. A subspecies cannot be recognized in isolation: a species will either be recognized as having no subspecies at all or two or more (including any that are extinct)...
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Subspecies

• (n.) A group somewhat lessdistinct than speciesusually are, but based on characters more important than those which characterize ordinary varieties; often, a geographical variety or race.
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subspecies

(from the article `race`) ...century, scientists attempted to identify, describe, and classify human races and to document their differences and the relationships among them. ... Subspecies are groups at the first stage of speciation; individuals of different subspecies sometimes interbreed, but they produce many sterile male ... [2 ...
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subspecies

(sub´spe″sēz) a subdivision of a species; a variety or race.
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subspecies

noun (biology) a taxonomic group that is a division of a species; usually arises as a consequence of geographical isolation within a species
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Subspecies

Sub·spe'cies noun A group somewhat lessdistinct than speciesusually are, but based on characters more important than those which characterize ordinary varieties; often, a geographical variety or race.
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Subspecies

A distinct form or race of a species.
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subspecies

a geographically defined aggregate of local populations which differ phenotypically from other such subdivisions of a species in other geographic areas.
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Subspecies

a group of plants within a species that has consistent, repeating, genetic and structural distinctions
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Subspecies

a group of plants within a species that has consistent, repeating, genetic and structural distinctions
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subspecies

a grouping within a species, usually used for geographically isolated and morphologically distinct entities. Its taxonomic rank occurs between species and variety.
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Subspecies

A population of a species occupying a particular geographic area, or less commonly, a distinct habitat, capable of interbreeding with other populations of the same species.
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Subspecies

A population of a species occupying a particular geographic area, or less commonly, a distinct habitat, capable of interbreeding with other populations of the same species.
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Subspecies

A recognisable sub-population of a species.
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Subspecies

A regional population which is externally distinguishable in structure, physiology or behaviour from another population of the same species, yet capable of exchanging genes with another by interbreeding.
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Subspecies

A smaller group of plants or animals within a particular species.
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Subspecies

A smaller group of plants or animals within a particular species.
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Subspecies

A subdivision of a plant or animal species that shows differences from others of the same species. For example, there is a species of animal called lion; there are two subspecies of lion, the African lion and the Asian lion.
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Subspecies

a taxonomic division of a species into geographic races.
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Subspecies

A taxonomic subdivision of a species; a population of a particular region genetically distinguishabl
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subspecies

A taxonomic subdivision of a species; a population of a particular region genetically distinguishable from other such populations and capable of interbreeding with them.
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subspecies

a well-marked form of a species differing from the type in some character of color or maculation which is recognizable but does not prevent a fertile union
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subspecies

An infraspecific population defined on the basis of one or more characters (morphologic for most organisms) that distinguish its members from typical representatives of the species.
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subspecies

Distinct group which is still able to breed with other members of the species
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