Definition of intergradation in English:



See intergrade

  • ‘Data to support our first hypothesis will come from examining museum specimens collected from areas that are far from the edge of intergradation with any other subspecies.’
  • ‘That intergradation was inferred from only two intermediate specimens.’
  • ‘Species rank is also indicated by the lack of indications of clinal variation or intergradation, despite direct evidence of dispersal.’
  • ‘These broader patterns of gene expression correspond to gradual intergradations among floral organs.’
  • ‘However, morphologic intergradations exist between species, leading to confusion in identification.’