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In genetics, a reciprocal cross is a breeding experiment designed to test the role of parental sex on a given inheritance pattern . All parent organisms must be true breeding to properly carry out such an experiment. In one cross, a male expressing the trait of interest...
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Reciprocal (grammar), a relationship between grammatical agents. Reciprocal altruism, a form of ... Reciprocal cross, a breeding experiment in genetics ...
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Reciprocal,cross,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... In the reciprocal cross, all of the F1 offspring are ...
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reciprocal crosses. Guest. Friday, July 31, 2009. Knowledge Repository > MSUE Root ... Improvement > breeding > breeding methods > crossing > reciprocal crosses ...
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Reciprocal - Definition of Reciprocal at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary ... or phenotype as the complementary female or male parent in the other cross. ...
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reciprocal cross where A and B represent different genotypes, a cross involving ... cross involving A males xB females, and B males and xA females ...
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A reciprocal cross is the classical method to determine if the inheritance of a ... The reciprocal cross can be easily visualized in a diagram. ...
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reciprocal adj. Concerning each of two or more persons or things. ... or phenotype as the complementary female or male parent in the other cross. ...
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Information about English words derived from Latin and Greek ... reciprocal cross. In genetics, a genetic cross of two genotypes in which sex influences the ...
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Definition of reciprocal from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with ... of the first cross supplies the female parent of the second cross and vice versa ...
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... Production from Straightbreds and Reciprocal Crosses of Angus, Brahman, and Charolais Cattle1 ... birth weight in reciprocal crosses among Angus, Charolais ...
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... Evolution of Reciprocal Cross Asymmetry ... 20 pairs had reciprocal crosses that allowed us to ... of the more successful reciprocal cross direction, ...
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Reciprocal cross differences have been reported for growth rate and carcass ... In conclusion, reciprocal cross differences detected for BF and LMA in barrows ...
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The F2's from each reciprocal cross were maintained as mass-bred populations of > ... the replicate lines nested within the reciprocal cross group (BS and SB) from ...
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