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Associations among inbred lines of maize using electrophoretic, chromatographic, and pedigree data.
Because of the few founders, each of the lineages has become inbred in captivity.
If gene flow is limited, these populations will become increasingly inbred with time.
Of the total group of 16,837 faculty members, 5,707, or 34 per cent, were found to be inbred as already defined.
Cumulative fitnesses for inbred and outcross progeny from each maternal parent were calculated as the the product of mean fitnesses from survival, flowering, and seed production.
Experimental Allergic Encephalomyelitis (or EAE), an MS-like disease, is caused by stimulating immune response to myelin--in inbred animals
Eighteen silkworm strains including six inbred pure lines and 12 hybrids of the Mulberry Silkworm Moth (Bombyx mori L.
2010), which analyzed five United States pig breeds, we found a higher proportion of inbred animals for all breeds, expect of Pietrain, although the values in the above mentioned study were extremely high (more than 99% of animals were inbred).
For instance, Remus De La Tour, bred in France by Anne de Clermont Tonnerre, is inbred to Fager's Glory, a Mr Prospector mare foaled in 1976 who appears as the granddam of Stormy River's sire Verglas and third dam of the colt himself.
FURIOUS parents have demanded an apology from teachers who branded their children thick and inbred during a Facebook rant.
Washington, Sept 23 (ANI): A new study has found that females who are in inbred populations become more promiscuous in order to screen out sperm from genetically incompatible males.