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Inbreeding depression


Inbreeding depression is reduced fitness in a given population as a result of breeding of related individuals. Breeding between closely related individuals, called inbreeding, results in more recessive deleterious traits...
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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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Inbreeding depression ... The converse of inbreeding depression is outbreeding enhancement, which is often ... If inbreeding depression and outbreeding ...
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This is the independent Akhal Teke information site which will tell you facts ... Inbreeding depression is reduced fitness in a given population as a result of ...
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Inbreeding depression may also manifest itself as poor health, temperament ... Inbreeding depression can be manifested as a high frequency of immune-mediated ...
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... them "purging inbreeding depression" ... Empirical data show that inbreeding depression is common and often produces ... Measuring inbreeding depression: ...
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... I would like to know if and/or how inbreeding depression has been avoided. ... With a few possible exceptions that I will deal with in a minute, all members of ...
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An official journal of the Genetics Society, Heredity publishes high-quality ... Inbreeding depression, the reduction in fitness in the offspring of matings of ...
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An official journal of the Genetics Society, Heredity publishes high-quality ... Inbreeding depression refers to the reduction in the fitness of offspring ...
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Inbreeding depression is expected to play an important but complicated role in evolution. ... the variation in inbreeding depression, we propose a modification ...
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inbreeding depression varies among populations within species, ... Inbreeding. depression was examined in two long-term laboratory colonies of ... Inbreeding ...
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Inbreeding depression in plants has provided ample material to fascinate many ... Inbreeding depression effects have become especially important in the context of ...
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Inbreeding depression and heterosis arise from the effects of gene ... amounts of inbreeding depression (perhaps somatic cell score is one such example) ...
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Table 1 shows inbreeding depression for lifetime and individual lactation traits ... Inbreeding depression cost over $24 per 1% increase in inbreeding in registered ...
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Inbreeding depression significantly affected early life cycle traits. ... Family-level variation in inbreeding depression can be detected by significant ...
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Declines in reproductive success due to inbreeding are probably due to a few key genes that influence other genes, said an animal biology professor.
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magnitude of inbreeding depression. ... Inbreeding depression has been of strong interest to evolutionary ... Inbreeding depression is also of fun ...
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