Definition of conspecificity in English:


Pronunciation /ˌkänˌspesəˈfisitē/



See conspecific

‘Comparative genetic analysis of the viral DNA from each isolate would be required to definitively ascertain the conspecificity of these viruses.’
  • ‘Although these data suggest conspecificity, we will refrain from a formal decision until further studies have been completed.’
  • ‘Everywhere I looked, however, I found that morphology and reproduction were the defining criteria for conspecificity.’
  • ‘The probe prepared as described above can be used to assay test samples for conspecificity as follows.’
  • ‘Morphological and molecular characters suggest conspecificity of all bisexual European and North African Artemia populations’