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in·ter·cross

(in'tĕr-kros),
A mating between two individuals both heterozygous at a specified locus or loci.

in·ter·cross

(in'tĕr-kraws)
A mating between two individuals both heterozygous at a specified locus or loci.
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Quantitative trait loci for fatty acid composition in longissimus dorsi and abdominal fat: results from a White Duroc x Erhualian intercross [F.
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During intercross phase, frequency of favourable allele for two background QTLs basically keep constant.
Advanced intercross lines, an experimental population for fine genetic mapping.
Detection of quantitative trait loci for growth- and fatness-related traits in a large-scale White Duroc x Erhualian intercross pig population.
At the bottom of the table are the total contributions of the TX lineages to the south Florida population and the percent contributions out of an assumed population of 70 animals for the subset of intercross descendants defined for each column.
In this study, we presents the association of BFT traits with the GRIP1 gene using an F2 intercross population between KNP and Landrace pigs.
In 1991, based on vigor and seed yield, 15 superior clones were identified and allowed to intercross.
models called interval-specific congenic strains [ISCS] and advanced intercross lines [AIL]) as well as of heterogeneous populations (see Palmer and Phillips 2002).
A genome-wide scan reveals candidate susceptibility loci for swine hernias in an intercross between White Duroc and Erhualian.
Sainfoin sources from which selections were made, number of plants selected, and percentage of contribution to the intercross were: 'Eski' (33, 19.