full-sib

full-sib

full brother or full sister; individuals with both parents in common.
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The geoducks in each year-class were comprised of 9 to 25 full-sib groups as well as a large number of individuals unrelated to others at the full-sib level.
2% (111 individuals) as members of 71 full-sib dyads, including 22.
l] loci, one hypothetical full-sib was generated for each actual sire, using the simulated genotypes of sires and dams of the actual sires (i.
In 2011, 95 full-sib families generated by a single-mating method within each stock were tested for growth performance under a hatchery and sea-based culture system for a 1-y period.
The present study was realized at the Santo Domingo Experimental Station at INIAP (Instituto Ecuatoriano de Investigaciones Agropecuarias--Ecuador), with Dura full-sib progenies.
In the absence of parental information, Pedigree infers the kin and full-sib relationships of individuals in a sample by estimating the likelihood ratios and maximizing the overall score with a Markov chain Monte Carlo method.
The first cycle (C1) consisted of the evaluation of 75 full-sib families and the selection and recombination of 30 (40%) superior families.
ABSTRACT To demonstrate inbreeding depression in various traits of Pacific abalone Haliotis discus hannai, 12 inbreeding full-sib families (brother-sister mating) and 13 outbreeding full-sib families were produced by factorial mating using the parents from two full-sib families.
ABSTRACT A total of 241 samples of small abalone (Haliotis diversicolor) from 8 full-sib families of market size were used in this experiment.
ABSTRACT Twelve half-sib groups and 36 full-sib groups of small abalone Haliotis diversicolor were obtained by the unbalanced nest design using artificial fertilization of 3 females by each male.
Recently, however, a new bluish shell color (B-type) was discovered in a full-sib family of this species, and segregation data indicated that the bluish and greenish variants were genetically controlled by a recessive and a dominant allele, respectively, at a single locus (Kobayashi et al.