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genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
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Despite the fact that models with more principal components fit better, because of the similarity in estimated genetic parameters and the lower computational demand, the use of more parsimonious models is indicated for the genetic evaluation of Simmental beef cattle.
This feedback allows for the development of on-ranch genetic evaluations for feedlot performance and carcass traits, not typically an option for commercial cow-calf producers.
Multibreed genetic evaluation and its application to Criollo cattle breeding programs.
International genetic evaluation of dairy sires using a multiple-trait model with individual animal performance records.
These estimates are adapted from the National Pork Producers Council 1995 Genetic Evaluation Program (NGEP).
Southern Counties Fresh Foods will have a major role as one of the slaughterers, and the MLC is to provide input through its Beefbreeder genetic evaluation scheme.
Genetic evaluation of pallid, shovelnose and Alabama sturgeon (Scaphirhynchus albus, S.
The authors suggested that further genetic evaluation of these tumors, with particular attention paid to "genes commonly mutated in lung cancers, may help to define differences that are associated with the variable clinical course of these patients after transplantation.
Fakoya of the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo surveyed 120 family practitioners and pediatricians in northwest Ohio to find out how often they referred patients with suspected genetic diseases for genetic evaluation.
Genetic evaluation of cardiomyopathy - a heart failure society of America practice guideline.
One important advantage of the test-day model for genetic evaluation is the most efficient use of serial observations, making better estimates of genetic values, and the possibility of using incomplete lactation records (Freeman, 1998).