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*  Sheep-goat hybrid
"Blood genetic marker studies of a sheep-goat hybrid and its back-cross offspring. - PubMed - NCBI". Ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. 2015-09- ... p. 163) was the first to mention, I believe, that in different parts of South America the ram is more usually crossed with the ... In April 2014, the Irish Farmers Journal reported on the birth of an offspring resulting from a goat-sheep cross, on the farm ... Low: "It has been long known to shepherds, though questioned by naturalists, that the progeny of the cross between the sheep ...
*  La Reina cattle
Commercial dairy breed crosses had the highest production, and Reyna the lowest, but large differences were noted in management ... agreed to a genetic improvement program of the cattle. The purebred Reyna Creole cattle population in Nicaragua consists of ...
*  Mongrel
... a cross between a Pekingese and a Poodle may be referred to as a Peekapoo. Another trendy cross is the Goldendoodle, a cross ... The genetic health of hybrids tends to be higher. Healthy traits have been lost in many purebred dogs lines because many ... Studies have shown that cross-bred dogs have a number of desirable reproductive traits. Scott and Fuller found that cross-bred ... Starting in 2007, genetic analysis has become available to the public. The companies claim their DNA-based diagnostic test can ...
*  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 ...
*  Pinzgauer cattle
List of breeds documented in the Global Databank for Animal Genetic Resources, annex to The State of the World's Animal Genetic ... In Austria itself, since 1969, Red Holstein have been crossed into Pinzgauer to increase the milk performance. The aim is to ... According to genetic and morphological studies, the Pinzgauer cattle breed is most closely related to North German lowland ...
*  Transgressive segregation
These 31 crosses indicate a higher resistance to STB. The crosses used were from other commercial wheat's that were high ... Environmental Other than the genetic factors solely causing transgressive segregation, environmental factors can cause genetic ... Genetic There are many causes for transgressive segregation in hybrids. One cause can be due to recombination of additive ... Transgressive segregation can be seen as genetic engineering in the way that the goal for each of these events is to create an ...
*  Citrus taxonomy
... a finger lime and calamondin cross). Genetic analysis is starting to make sense of this complex phylogeny. Two citrus fruits ... Citrus phylogeny and genetic origin of important species as investigated by molecular markers. 2000 Assessing genetic diversity ... Citrofortunella hybrids include: Calamondin - (tangerine crossed with kumquat) Citrangequat - (citrange crossed with kumquat) ... lemon crossed with kumquat) Yuzuquat - Citrus ichangensis × reticulata - (yuzu crossed with kumquat) Citrocirus also according ...
*  Test cross
Griffiths JF, Gelbart WM, Lewontin RC, Wessler SR, Suzuki DT, Miller JH (2005). Introduction to Genetic Analysis. New York: W.H ... The phenotypically dominant organism is the individual in question in a test cross. The purpose of a test cross is to determine ... Test crosses are used to test an individual's genotype by crossing it with an individual of a known genotype. Individuals that ... Test crosses involve breeding the individual in question with another individual that expresses a recessive version of the same ...
*  Polymorphism (biology)
... genetic data from crosses population cages chromosome cytology if possible use of chromatography or similar techniques if ... Since all polymorphism has a genetic basis, genetic polymorphism has a particular meaning: Genetic polymorphism is the ... Evolution of genetic systems, 2nd ed, p120 et seq: The genetic promotion of crossing. Oliver & Boyd, London. Darwin, Charles. ... In genetic polymorphism, the genetic make-up determines the morph. Ants exhibit both types in a single population. Polymorphism ...
*  Jackson-Weiss syndrome
This genetic disorder can also sometimes cause intellectual disability and crossed eyes as well, it was characterized in 1976. ... The diagnosis of Jackson-Weiss syndrome in an individual suspected of having the condition is done via the following: Genetic ... In terms of epidemiology, Jackson-Weiss syndrome is a rare genetic disorder; the overall contribution of FGFR mutation to the ... Chen L, Deng CX (2005). "Roles of FGF signaling in skeletal development and human genetic diseases". Front Biosci. 10 (1-3): ...
*  Cambrian explosion
It may represent a threshold being crossed: for example a threshold in genetic complexity that allowed a vast range of ... This genetic threshold may have a correlation to the amount of oxygen available to organisms. Using oxygen for metabolism ... As chemical and genetic testing becomes more accurate, previously hypothesised phyla are often entirely reworked. A phylum is ... This may have caused a mass extinction, creating a genetic bottleneck; the resulting diversification may have given rise to the ...
*  Phycomyces blakesleeanus
A genetic linkage map was developed for P.blakesleeanus. This genetic map was constructed from 121 progeny of a cross between ... Chaudhary S, Polaino S, Shakya VP, Idnurm A (2013). "A new genetic linkage map of the zygomycete fungus Phycomyces ... The data from this cross provided supporting evidence for meiosis during zygospore development. Phycomyces blakesleeanus ...
*  Thai Ridgeback
Modern lines of Thai Ridgeback, resulting from interpopulation crosses, may also be prone to hip dysplasia and other genetic ... Based on genetic-based hypothesis, both Thai Ridgeback Dog and Phu Quoc Dog are likely to be descended from Funan Ridgeback Dog ...
*  List of ancient dishes
Ethiopian varieties are infertile when crossed with Near Eastern varieties. This genetic incompatibility may reflect distinct ... Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter. Bioversity International. p. 25. Retrieved May 20, 2016. Cumo, C. (2015). Foods that ...
*  Center for Genetics and Society
... preimplantation genetic diagnosis, commercial and cross-border surrogacy, race and genetics, race-based medicines, egg ... A primary focus of the organization has been to alert civil society constituencies to the challenges posed by new human genetic ... It encourages responsible use and regulation of new human genetic and reproductive technologies. CGS provides analysis and ... It is particularly critical of proposals for reproductive human cloning and germline genetic modification - uses of technology ...
*  Cross River gorilla
Researchers use genetic methods to better understand the Cross River gorilla population. more specifically, certain loci within ... Cross River gorillas eat more liana and tree bark throughout the year, and less fruit during dry periods of scarcity. The Cross ... This distribution is supported by genetic research, which has found evidence that many Cross River gorilla localities continue ... This distribution is corroborated by genetic research, which has found evidence that many Cross River gorilla localities ...
*  Genetic purging
Darwin, C. R. (1876). The effects of cross and selffertilisation in the vegetable kingdom. London: John Murray. Crnokrak, P.; ... Genetic purging is the reduction of the frequency of a deleterious allele occurred by an increased efficiency of natural ... As an example of genetic purging, consider a large population where there are recessive lethal alleles segregating at very low ... Nevertheless, in practical situations, the genetic change in fitness also depends on many other factors, besides inbreeding and ...
*  Monohybrid cross
Today, it is known that this rule does not apply to some genes, due to genetic linkage. Dihybrid cross Test cross Solomon, ... A cross between two parents possessing a pair of contrasting characters is known as monohybrid cross. To carry out such a cross ... the cross appeared no different from the P cross described above: round-seeded peas being crossed with wrinkled-seeded ones. ... A monohybrid cross is a mating between two organisms with different variations at one genetic chromosome of interest. The ...
*  Mir-137
Cross-Disorder Group of the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium; Genetic Risk Outcome of Psychosis (GROUP) Consortium (2013). " ... identified a list of 32 genes targeted by miR-137 by cross-referencing the global gene expression analysis of HCT 116 ...
*  FAM155A
Cross-Disorder Group of the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium; Genetic Risk Outcome of Psychosis (GROUP) Consortium (2013). " ...
*  Quantitative genetics
Artificial selection Diallel cross Douglas Scott Falconer Ewens's sampling formula Experimental evolution Genetic architecture ... A cross such as Mendel's, where true-breeding (largely homozygous) opposite parents are crossed in a controlled way to produce ... "cross fertilization". In the sub-section on "The sample gamodemes - Genetic drift", a series of gamete samplings was followed, ... genetic variance); and the "substitution deviations" give rise to the σ2D (the so-called "Dominance" genetic variance). Be ...
*  Blackcurrant
Researchers have crossed various varieties and introduced inter-specific genetic material from the gooseberry (Ribes ... The blackcurrants are placed into half tonne bins and to minimise stoppage time, some machines have cross conveyors which ... Frost tolerance was improved by selecting for late flowering and genetic research identified genes involved in resistance to ... where the native white pines have no genetic resistance to the disease. As a result, the blackcurrant has for most of the 20th ...
*  Transcytosis
These therapeutic proteins alone do not cross the BBB, but following genetic fusion to the Trojan horse antibody, the ... ArmaGen has re-engineered the missing lysosomal enzyme as a Trojan horse-enzyme fusion protein that crosses the BBB. The first ... because the enzyme alone does not cross the BBB. ...
*  Outline of machine learning
Generative model Genetic algorithm Genetic algorithm scheduling Genetic algorithms in economics Genetic fuzzy systems Genetic ... Grammar induction Meta learning Cross-disciplinary fields involving machine learning Adversarial machine learning Predictive ... Genetic operator Genetic programming Genetic representation Geographical cluster Gesture Description Language Geworkbench ... genetic algorithms) Search-based software engineering Selection (genetic algorithm) Self-Service Semantic Suite Semantic ...
*  Fish hatchery
Promoting cross-fertilisation between a large number of individuals is necessary to retain genetic diversity in hatchery ... Genetic improvement can be mediated by selective breeding, via hybridization, or other genetic manipulation techniques. 3. ... Genetic improvement Genetic modification is conducted in some hatcheries to improve the quality and yield of farmed species. ... The third key issue is that genetic modification of food items is highly undesirable for many people. See Genetically modified ...
*  White-browed babbler
... and by doing so crosses many different ecological vegetation classes (EVCs). No preference seems to be shown with the overall ... "Cryptic differentiation and geographic variation in genetic diversity of Hall's Babbler Pomatostomus halli". Journal of Avian ...
*  Protea
Cross-pollination is however preferred as a method of reproduction because it provides genetic diversity in the population. ... cannot be crossed with the Leucospermum because of the difference they display in a haploid chromosome number. The genetic ... There are some Protea species which exhibit both self-pollination as well as cross-pollination as a method of reproduction. ... Protea decurrens and the Protea scabra are self-incompatible and thus rely on cross-pollination for successive seed set. The ...