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genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
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genetic drift, natural selection), have probably led to low genetic diversity levels (Aguirre-Planter, Furnier, & Eguiarte, 2000; Frankham, 2005; Eckert, Eckert, & Hall, 2010; Carrillo-Reyes et al.
Negative estimates are given by LDNe when there is no evidence for any disequilibrium caused by genetic drift due to a finite number of parents (i.
Such isolation can add another factor to seal the fate of this species through genetic fixation, bottleneck effect and genetic drifts occurring in smaller subpopulation, even if overharvesting is controlled through administrative measures and habitat is restored through wiser pollution management.
The multilocus F-statistics indicated that the six populations of giant kangaroo rat are experiencing significant amounts of genetic drift and inbreeding.
Genetic drift, overlapping generation, gene frequency.
Genetic drift and reduced dispersal would cause a continuous loss of the heterozygosity within respective colonies and a simultaneous increase in their differences.
Genetic diversity loss in the population due to bottleneck and genetic drift since the founder generation is then expressed as 1-GD.
The hatchery stocks are smaller and thus prone to inbreeding and genetic drift two potential features that can destroy the genetic variability over time.
This involves processes known as genetic drift and natural selection.
David Persing, Cepheid's chief medical and technology officer, said that the company had employed a novel in silico approach to identify multiple complementary target segments to avoid the effects of seasonal genetic drift and to anticipate emerging novel influenza strains.
This population bottleneck, along with their tendency to marry within the population may have caused some traits or alleles to be more common in a process known as genetic drift.
The courts are interpreting genetic drift as a "market force" when it results in the destruction of organic crops, and therefore not worthy of regulation, but call it "terrorism" when GMO crops are destroyed.