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heritable

adjective alienable, assignable, bestowable, consignable, conveyable, devisable, givable, hereditable, hereditary, inheritable, negotiable, testamentary, transferable, transmissible
Associated concepts: bequest, curtesy, devise, dower, intessate succession laws, legacy, testamentary gift
See also: bequest, hereditament, hereditary
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The heritability estimates for LMY in the present study from single and three trait models were similar (0.
Knowledge of repeatability, heritability and correlations among various traits is essential for formulating efficient breeding plan and selection strategies.
This study is now the most comprehensive and thorough estimate of the heritability of schizophrenia and its diagnostic diversity," Dr.
To explore the fixed effects on persistency, (SAS Institute, 2008) was used while Wombat (Meyer, 2007) was used to calculate heritability of persistency.
Estimates of individual heritability in the narrow sense were obtained by dividing additive genetic variance by phenotypic variance, of which the results are interpreted as heritability of high magnitude ([h.
In present study, we found heritability of traits related to photosynthetic characteristics and yield, genetic correlations and correlative heritability between these traits and drought resistance were analyzed under rainfed and irrigated conditions, these traits as index of drought resistance breeding were evaluated.
Broad sense heritability was estimated from the ANOVA of RBD obtained for RSG group (DSMR-10 x DSG-3-5) cross was 76.
The greatest variations were observed between DZ twins, which supports our hypothesis that the trait of "displacement speed" possesses a high heritability in admixed populations in accordance with the fact that MZ twins have a rate of 100% similarity in the DNA sequence while the DZ twins present approximately 50% similarity in their DNA sequences.
High value of heritability coupled with high genetic advance as percent of means were recorded for most of the characters indicating the important role of additive gene action for the expression of these characters (Govindaraj, 2011).