Definition of Ecotypes

1. Noun. (plural of ecotype) ¹



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Definition of Ecotypes

1. ecotype [n] - See also: ecotype

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ecotypes

ecotours
ecotown
ecotowns
ecotoxic
ecotoxicities
ecotoxicity
ecotoxicological
ecotoxicologically
ecotoxicology
ecotoxin
ecotoxins
ecotropic
ecotropic virus
ecotropism
ecotype
ecotypes (current term)
ecotypic
ecouvillon
ecovillage
ecovillages
ecowar
ecowarrior
ecowarriors
ecowars
ecozonal
ecozone
ecozones
ecphonema
ecphoneme

Literary usage of Ecotypes

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1. Dwarf Mistletoes: Biology, Pathology, and Systematics by Frank G. Hawksworth, Delbert Wiens (1998)
"ecotypes are usually defined as genetically distinct races that are ... ecotypes are typically not reproductively isolated and usually are not distributed ..."

2. Return to Resistance: Breeding Crops to Reduce Pesticide Dependence by Raoul A. Robinson (1996)
"ecotypes are genetically diverse and genetically flexible. One ecotype can be changed into ... The rate of change of ecotypes depends on two factors. ..."

3. Scientists, Plants and Politics: A History of the Plant Genetic Resources by Robin Pistorius (1997)
"In practice, the compromise meant that local varieties of specific ecotypes were collected for their potentials regarding "adaptive, quantitative, ..."

4. Genes in the Field: On-Farm Conservation of Crop Diversity by Stephen B. Brush (2000)
"At the ayllu level, five groups exhibited diverse ecotypes that ... Only a single barrio participated, presenting 21 ecotypes of potato (Table 8.7). ..."

5. Wild Land Shrub and Arid Land Restoration Symposium: Proceedings edited by Bruce A. Roundy, E. Durant McArthur, Jennifer S. Hayley, David K. Mann (1996)
"These may include cultivare of domestic or exotic origin, or may be limited to local native ecotypes. The traditional approach of plant breeding has been to ..."

6. Agriculture and Biodiversity: Developing Indicators for Policy Analysis by Suisse OECD expert meeting Zurich (2003)
"Local adapted ecotypes were preferably used, especially in protected areas, rich natural ... Due to systematic collecting of ecotypes of grasses and dicots, ..."

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