Lexicographical Neighbors of Intersterility
Literary usage of Intersterility
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Determinate Evolution in the Color-pattern of the Lady-beetles by Roswell Hill Johnson (1910)
"But the passage of the variety or subspecies into a species, that is, the acquisition of intersterility, seems much more difficult of accomplishment. ..."
2. The Penycuik Experiments by James Cossar Ewart (1899)
"intersterility has not hitherto been acquired by any of our breeds of pigeons, or dogs, ... That intersterility may occur without any apparent change in the ..."
3. The Mechanism of Evolution in Leptinotarsa by William Lawrence Tower, Joseph Kumler Breitenbecher (1918)
"Isolation in reproduction and intersterility have long been and still are by many considered the distinguishing mark of species, but I can not see any a ..."
4. Evolution by Brooklyn Ethical Association (1889)
"This hypothesis is based on a fact which may be added to our accepted catalogue (though it is included under K), namely, the frequent intersterility of ..."
5. Modern Science Essayist: Popular Evolution Essays and Lectures by Brooklyn Ethical Association (1889)
"He argued indeed, in his " Origin of Species," that the intersterility of species is not produced by natural selection, but is due to unknown peculiarities ..."
6. The Journal of Heredity by American Genetic Association (1916)
"There is also distinct evidence of intersterility between several varieties, for example, Bing and Napoleon. The work has not yet gone far enough to ..."
7. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1920)
"... and the increase of intersterility due to inbreeding, and on account of the loss of the special knowledge and technical skill for this work which ..."