For example, along the subtidal to intertidal gradient, species replacements are common, and there are many examples of one species in a genus replacing a congener over relatively small vertical ranges where thermal gradients exist.
North American populations of Hypomesus transpacificus, a congener of H. pretiosus, spend the entire life-cycle in freshwater.
She may not be your congener .
Tannins are one form of congener , so red wine will be worse for you than white wine.
No one is my congener .
Its congener is a report on Taino Indian beliefs, produced for Christopher Columbus by Ramón Pané, a Catalan friar on the island of Hispaniola.
Comparisons with its lowland congener further suggested that reliance of M. arizonicum on asexual reproduction may place this moss at a disadvantage in competition for suitable establishment sites at lower elevations.
Dark-coloured drinks, such as brandy, red wine and whisky, contain toxic additives called congeners , formed during fermentation.
One can rapidly survey the appearance and geographic ranges of congeners , thus underscoring an outstanding feature of the volume-the ease with which information can be extracted.
Drinking plenty of water before going to bed helps counteract dehydration and dilutes the congeners ; replacing lost fluids by drinking water, fruit juices, or tea the morning after might also reduce the intensity of a hangover.