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*  Inbreeding depression
In general, the higher the genetic variation or gene pool within a breeding population, the less likely it is to suffer from ... Different populations of the same species have different deleterious traits, and therefore their cross breeding will not result ... Bernstein, H; Byerly, HC; Hopf, FA; Michod, RE (1985). "Genetic damage, mutation, and the evolution of sex". Science. 229 (4719 ... Genetic Effects of Straying of Non-Native Hatchery Fish into Natural Populations. ...
*  North American Piedmontese
It was from that genetic base that the North American breed of Piedmontese cattle began. In 1983, the Canadian Piedmontese ... the birthing and survival rates of half-blood Piedmontese cattle were similar to Hereford x Angus cross calves, producing an ... there was a noticeable upsurge in the importation of genetic material (i.e., embryos and semen). Thus, it is said that "there ... Fullbloods and Naturalean bulls are often crossed with traditional beef breeds like Black Angus or Hereford cattle because of ...
*  Arbovirus
No significant distinct genetic populations exist due to the species having recent common ancestry. In the past, arboviruses ... Tesh, R. B.; Gajdusek, D. C.; Garruto, R. M.; Cross, J. H.; Rosen, L. (1975). "The distribution and prevalence of group a ... La Crosse encephalitis virus (LACV) Genus Phlebovirus Rift Valley fever virus (RVFV) Toscana virus (TOSV) Heartland virus ...
*  Cytoplasmic male sterility
Cytoplasmic-genetic male sterility systems are widely exploited in crop plants for hybrid breeding due to the convenience of ... Incorporation of these systems for male sterility evades the need for emasculation in cross-pollinated species, thus ... In cytoplasmic-genetic male sterility restoration of fertility is done using restorer lines carrying nuclear genes. The male- ... When nuclear restoration of fertility genes ("Rf") is available for a CMS system in any crop, it is cytoplasmic-genetic male ...
*  List of statistics articles
... rule Cronbach's α Cross-correlation Cross-covariance Cross-entropy method Cross-sectional data Cross-sectional regression Cross ... Procrustes analysis Generalized randomized block design Generalized Tobit Generalized Wiener process Generative model Genetic ... study Cross-spectrum Cross tabulation Cross-validation (statistics) Crossover study Crystal Ball function - a probability ... cross-reference of statistical terms Statistics Statistics education Statistics Online Computational Resource - training ...
*  Index of genetics articles
Europe Genetic illness Genetic informatics Genetic linkage map Genetic load Genetic map Genetic marker Genetic material Genetic ... Cot value Cotransduction Cotransformation Coupling Covariance cpDNA CpG island Craniosynostosis Cri du chat cRNA Cross Cross- ... Genetic code Genetic counseling Genetic deletion Genetic determinism Genetic disorder Genetic dissection Genetic drift Genetic ... mosaic Genetic polymorphism Genetic screen Genetic screening Genetic testing Genetic variance (disambiguation) Genetic ...
*  Complete linkage
Genetic Linkage is the tendency of alleles, which are located closely together on a chromosome, to be inherited together during ... A cross-clustering algorithm with automatic estimation of the number of clusters has been designed, which helps resolve some of ... "Genetic Recombination and Gene Mapping , Learn Science at Scitable". www.nature.com. Retrieved 2016-04-10. Single, Richard M.; ... "The First Genetic-Linkage Map , Caltech". The California Institute of Technology. Retrieved 2016-03-26. Stahl, F. W. (2001-01- ...
*  Beringia
This genetic bottleneck finding is an example of the founder effect and does not imply that only 70 individuals crossed into ... A study has indicated that the genetic imprints of only 70 of all the individuals who settled and traveled the land bridge into ... 2007). "Genetic Variation and Population Structure in Native Americans". PLoS Genetics. 3 (11): e185. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen. ... Hey, Jody (2005). "On the Number of New World Founders: A Population Genetic Portrait of the Peopling of the Americas". PLoS ...
*  Tropaeolum incisum
Genetic analysis suggests that T. incisum is closely related to T. polyphyllum as well as T. leptophyllum. T. myriophyllum ... might originate from a cross between T. leptophyllum and T. incisum. Tropaeolum incisum is concentrated in the Argentinean lake ...
*  American Quarter Horse Association
American Quarter Horse is a first generation cross between a registered Thoroughbred and an American Quarter Horse or a cross ... Because the genetic mechanism that creates palomino is also understood and has been found to have no connection to lethal white ... Cross-registration of American Quarter Horses with APHA, the Palomino Horse Breeders of America (PHBA), and the American ... For example, Thoroughbred crosses were freely registrable in NQHBA, and they even registered Thoroughbreds. Within AQHA, there ...
*  Hinny
It is the reciprocal cross to the more common mule, which is the product of a male donkey, a jack, and a female horse, a mare. ... "The genetic inheritance of the hinny is exactly the same as the mule." Like mules, hinnies do come in many sizes. This is ... Others[who?] claim it is a natural consequence of the reciprocal cross.[citation needed] The position of the American Donkey ...
*  Bovid hybrid
... this has resulted in a significant genetic bottleneck for the purebred wisent. European bison (Wisent) have also been crossed ... Beefalo have been back-crossed to bison and to domestic cattle; some of these resemble pied bison with smooth coats and a maned ... First generation hybrid males are sterile, but females may be crossed back to either a wisent or domestic bull to produce ... American bison bulls (American "buffalo") have been crossed with domestic cattle to produce beefalo and cattalo. These are ...
*  List of model organisms
Its genetic features, including many known and mapped phenotypic mutants and a large number of progeny per cross (typically 100 ... genetic studies of mushroom development, genetic studies of meiosis) Cryptococcus neoformans, opportunistic human pathogen ... A Chlamydomonas genetic stock center exists at Duke University, and an international Chlamydomonas research interest group ... Its small stature and short generation time facilitates rapid genetic studies, and many phenotypic and biochemical mutants have ...
*  Viceroy (butterfly)
... the genetic linkage between different color and pattern loci with complete suppression of recombination in experimental crosses ...
*  Outline of evidence law in the United States
Demonstrative evidence Lies Judicial notice Witnesses Competence Dead man statute Direct examination Cross-examination Witness ... rule Physical evidence Chain of custody Real evidence Digital evidence Exculpatory evidence Scientific evidence Genetic (DNA) ...
*  Rare breed (dog)
... dogs have greater genetic variability than other domesticated animals the number of possible breeds is vast with new crosses ... Dogs have much greater genetic variability than other domesticated animals, such as cats Webster's Third New International ... constantly occurring, from these both selected and random crosses may come new breeds should offspring reliably breed true to ...
*  Ipomopsis aggregata
This ultimately gains insight into cross pollination techniques carried out by pollinating bodies. Further, it is a model for ... pollinator-mediated selection and spatial genetic patterns Synonyms include: Cantua aggregata Pursh Gilia aggregata (Pursh) ...
*  Kin selection
... not genetic relatedness per se. This interpretation thus is compatible with the cross-cultural ethnographic data and has been ... Due to conflicting genetic similarity in the rest of the genome, there would be selection pressure for green-beard altruistic ... Formally, genes should increase in frequency when r B > C {\displaystyle rB>C} where r=the genetic relatedness of the recipient ... "Kin selection" should not be confused with "group selection" according to which a genetic trait can become prevalent within a ...
*  Howellia
Because it often pollinates itself, the species has a low genetic diversity. Seeds are produced in the water but they require ... and flowers that bloom above the surface of the water open into white blossoms and may cross with other individuals. ... low genetic diversity, and climate change. Center for Plant Conservation. Engeman, Richard H. (2009). The Oregon Companion: An ...
*  London Underground mosquito
When the two varieties were cross-bred, the eggs were infertile, suggesting reproductive isolation. Genetic data indicate the ... However, more recently collected genetic evidence reported by Fonseca and others suggests a single C. p. molestus form has ... Kassim N, Webb C, Wang Q, Russell R (August 2013). "Australian distribution, genetic status and seasonal abundance of the ... Its introduction was likely through military movements into Melbourne during World War II, and genetic studies have indicated ...
*  F. Wolfgang Schnell
He significantly contributed to progress in the biometrical, population genetic, and quantitative genetic foundations of modern ... In maize Schnell developed early-maturing flint and dent line gene pools and in 1965 released the first German double-cross ... There he was responsible for the cross-pollinated cereals maize (Zea mays) and rye (Secale cereale). He focussed upon the ... Schnell FW, Singh IS (1978) Epistasis in three-way crosses involving early flint and dent inbred lines of maize. Maydica 23:233 ...
*  Isotopes of hassium
... the reaction in 1986 using the method of genetic correlation of alpha decays and identified a single atom of 264Hs with a cross ... 2004). "Measurements of cross sections for the fusion-evaporation reactions 244Pu(48Ca,xn)292−x114 and 245Cm(48Ca,xn)293−x116 ... In the official discovery of the element in 1984, the team at GSI studied the same reaction using the alpha decay genetic ... The tables below provides cross-sections and excitation energies for nuclear reactions that produce isotopes of hassium ...
*  Genetic engineering in the United States
... there is also issues with cross-pollination) Numerous organizations based in the U.S. oppose or have concerns about genetic ... Agriculture in the United States Environmental issues in the United States Genetic engineering in Hawaii Feature story - March ... These were plants where the genetic material originated in sexually compatible plants (cisgenic), plants that used physical ... the function of the genetic material is known and characterized, stable integration, no significant risk of creating new ...
*  Rosa × damascena
Its origin was by tradition the Middle East, but recent genetic tests indicate that it is a hybrid of R. moschata x R. gallica ... crossed with the pollen of Rosa fedtschenkoana, which indicates that a more probable origin is the foothills of central Asia, ...
*  Arava Institute for Environmental Studies
Several alumni of the institute have gone on to work in cross-cultural projects. Hashem Shahin, a Muslim Palestinian alumnus, ... is part of a joint Israeli-Palestinian project to discover the genetic basis of deafness. Tamar Keinan, a Jewish Israeli alumna ... In addition to its academic programs, the Arava Institute conducts cross-border studies in four research centers: The Center ... alumni by providing personal and professional contacts as well as seed money for alumni projects that demonstrate cross- ...
*  Streptococcus
This "cross-reaction" causes the body to essentially attack itself and leads to the damage above. A similar autoimmune ... Natural genetic transformation involves the transfer of DNA from one bacterium to another through the surrounding medium. ... Rheumatic fever is caused by the antibodies created by the immune system to fight off the infection cross-reacting with other ...
*  Bowhead whale
Bowheads originally crossed ice-covered inlets and straits to exchange genes between Atlantic and Pacific populations. This ... and housing material has shown that Arctic bowhead whales have lost a significant portion of their genetic diversity in the ... which explains the loss of genetic diversity. A 2013 discovery has elucidated the function of the bowhead's large palatal ...