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Inbreeding is breeding between close relatives, whether plant or animal. If practiced repeatedly, it can lead to exposure of recessive, deleterious traits. This generally leads to a decreased fitness of a population, which is...
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In genetic terminology, inbreeding is the breeding of two animals who are related to each other. ... What does inbreeding (in the genetic sense) do? ...
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inbreeding n. The breeding of related individuals within an isolated or a closed group of organisms or people ... coefficient of inbreeding for an offspring ...
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Inbreeding is simply defined as the mating of relatives. ... When discussing inbreeding, the level at which is taking place becomes important. ...
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Inbreeding | Macmillan Genetics. Inbreeding summary with 3 pages of encyclopedia entries, research ... Get Inbreeding, Incest, and the Incest Taboo: The State ...
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Inbreeding summary with 15 pages of encyclopedia entries, essays, summaries, research information, and more. ... Search "Inbreeding" ...
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Inbreeding is the mating together of closely related dogs, for example mother ... However, inbreeding holds potential problems. ...
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Incest, or inbreeding is forbidden on moral and legal grounds in most human ... Inbreeding depression may also manifest itself as poor health, ... inbreeding. ...
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Heck, marry her if you want to. Visit Discover Magazine to read this ... According to conventional notions about inbreeding, their marriage ought to have ...
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NetPets - Your Complete Internet Pet Connection For Dogs ... The standard definition of inbreeding is that it is any scheme which results in ...
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NetPets - Your Complete Internet Pet Connection For Dogs ... INBREEDING's purpose is to fix certain traits or the influence of certain ...
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Why is Inbreeding a Conservation Concern: ... Population genetic theory predicts that inbreeding should reduce fitness in most ...
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The coefficient of inbreeding is commonly symbolized as F x (called, "F of x" ... CALCULATION OF COEFFICIENT OF INBREEDING IN MORE COMPLEX PEDIGREES ...
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Inbreeding is defined as "the mating of animals more closely related than the ... Recessive genes affect inbreeding in several important ways. ...
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Inbreeding often leads to reduced health and fitness (called consanguinity ... Self-incompatibility in plants (how some plants avoid inbreeding) ...
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Science and technology news stories tagged with keyword: inbreeding. ... Inbreeding taking toll on Michigan wolves ... Inbreeding insects cast light on longer ...
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Article about the genetic effects of inbreeding, linebreeding, and outcrossing, especially as it relates to Texas Longhorn cattle.
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... To-do list for Inbreeding: ... 19 Father-daughter inbreeding as reproductive strategy. 20 Merger proposal ... 30 Other Notable Cases of Human Inbreeding? ...
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Inbreeding vs. Outbreeding ... The controversy concerns the systems of inbreeding used to fix and then to ... Does inbreeding as universally practiced by ...
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Inbreeding, Linebreeding & Outcrossing - The facts about these highly misunderstood practices ... term "line breeding"(aka "inbreeding") has a stigma attached ...
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