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Let be a prime number. A subgroup of a p-group (i.e., a group where the order of every element is a power of ) is termed -automorphism-invariant if, for any automorphism of such that the order of is a power of , .
For the property the context of finite -groups, refer p-automorphism-invariant subgroup of finite p-group.
Relation with other properties
For a finite -group, the property of being -automorphism invariant equals the property of being a subnormal stability automorphism-invariant subgroup. That's because any -automorphism can be realized as the stability automorphism of a subnormal series, and conversely, any stability automorphism of a subnormal series must be a -automorphism. Further information: Stability group of subnormal series of p-group is p-group, p-group of automorphisms of p-group is contained in stability group of some normal series
- Characteristic subgroup: For proof of the implication, refer Characteristic implies p-automorphism-invariant and for proof of its strictness (i.e. the reverse implication being false) refer p-automorphism-invariant not implies characteristic.