panmixia

Panmixia - What does it mean?

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Panmictic vs Panmixia - What's the difference?

panmictic | panmixia | Related terms |

Panmictic is a related term of panmixia.


As a noun panmixia is

(ecology) a situation in which an individual is just as likely to mate with another randomly chosen individual as any other in the population.

Panmixus vs Panmixia - What's the difference?

panmixus | panmixia | Synonyms |

Panmixus is a synonym of panmixia.


In context|ecology|lang=en terms the difference between panmixus and panmixia

is that panmixus is (ecology) panmixia while panmixia is (ecology) a situation in which an individual is just as likely to mate with another randomly chosen individual as any other in the population.

As nouns the difference between panmixus and panmixia

is that panmixus is (ecology) panmixia while panmixia is (ecology) a situation in which an individual is just as likely to mate with another randomly chosen individual as any other in the population.

Panmixis vs Panmixia - What's the difference?

panmixis | panmixia | Synonyms |

Panmixis is a synonym of panmixia.


As nouns the difference between panmixis and panmixia

is that panmixis is (ecology) panmixia while panmixia is (ecology) a situation in which an individual is just as likely to mate with another randomly chosen individual as any other in the population.

Population vs Panmixia - What's the difference?

population | panmixia |


As nouns the difference between population and panmixia

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while panmixia is (ecology) a situation in which an individual is just as likely to mate with another randomly chosen individual as any other in the population.

Randomly vs Panmixia - What's the difference?

randomly | panmixia |


As an adverb randomly

is in a random way.

As a noun panmixia is

(ecology) a situation in which an individual is just as likely to mate with another randomly chosen individual as any other in the population.

Mate vs Panmixia - What's the difference?

mate | panmixia |


As nouns the difference between mate and panmixia

is that mate is a fellow, comrade, colleague, partner or someone with whom something is shared, eg shipmate, classmate or mate can be (chess) short for checkmate or mate can be ) while panmixia is (ecology) a situation in which an individual is just as likely to mate with another randomly chosen individual as any other in the population.

As a verb mate

is to match, fit together without space between or mate can be to win a game of chess by putting the opponent in checkmate.