genetic potential

genetic potential

theoretical optimum performance capability which an individual could achieve in a specific activity, after an ideal upbringing, nutrition and training. In real terms it may be assumed that the finalists in a world championship are among the human beings whose performance comes closest to their genetic potential. Also known as genetic endowment. See also performance genes.
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The breeding stock has high milk productivity and was purchased with the purpose of updating the genetic potential of the herd.
The rapid growth of poultry is due to its genetic potential and balanced feed.
Some 2,758,880 fingerlings were given to fishermen, which included 172,000 fingerlings of the carp and tilapia species, for the communal seeding to upgrade the genetic potential of fishpond fishes, 404,000 fingerlings provided by the Provincial Fresh Water Hatchery in Barangay Libasan of Nabunturan town, Provincial Agiculturist Officer Dr.
Due to non-existence of standardization of semens and regulatory framework, mushrooming production units, supply of unknown or inferior quality semens, was deteriorating the livestock genetic potential.
I'd say he might be a footballer if either Victoria or I had any genetic potential for professional sport.
They have shown over many years excellence in management and performance to achieve the optimum genetic potential from our product.
Unlike other tree crops that have benefited from the development of modern, high yielding cultivars and crop management techniques to realise their genetic potential, more than 90 per cent of the global cocoa crop is produced by smallholders on subsistence farms with unimproved planting material," Doug Hawkins, from London-based research firm Hardman Agribusiness told MailOnline.
Denmark will provide advanced technology and will be contributing to the animals to have high genetic potential.
With proper diet this is not impossible but this is at the extremes of training and genetic potential.
The genetic potential, inbreeding depression, heritability, selection response and correlation were studied during 2011-12 in parental cultivars and their F3 populations of upland cotton at the University of Agriculture, Peshawar, Pakistan.
The genetic potential for height in this region could then be the greatest in the world.
Monsanto employs best-in-class data analytics technologies to help unlock the genetic potential of our research and development pipeline for our farmer customers, said Tom Osborn, Monsanto's Molecular Breeding Technology Director.