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in·bred

(in'bred),
Denoting populations (for example, groups, genetic lines) descended over several generations almost exclusively from a small set of ancestors, and hence having a high rate of consanguinity, often occult.

inbred

(ĭn′brĕd′)
adj.
Produced by inbreeding.
adjective Referring to a doctor whose parents are also doctors
noun A doctor whose parents are also doctors

in·bred

(in'bred)
Denoting populations (e.g., groups, genetic lines) descended over several generations almost exclusively from a small set of ancestors, and hence having a high degree of consanguinity.

inbred

said of offspring produced by inbreeding.

inbred lines
succeeding generations of animals all derived by breeding from the same group of closely related individuals.
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double dagger]) Public inbred lines are denoted by published prefix of origin.
In addition, we examine the statistical power associated with future comparisons when larger samples of inbred and cross-lineage wolves become available to assess the likelihood of detecting differences associated with inbreeding and outbreeding, should they occur.
Parental populations of the inbred lines in experiment 1, with the number of flowering individuals in 1992, the percentage of infected individuals in 1992 and 1993, and the number of inbred lines used in the experiment.
The difference between 3,903 and 5,707 individuals reported earlier as inbred represents for the most part men with professional degrees in law, medicine, engineering, and theology, which could not be classified satisfactorily as equivalent to the better standardized degrees of Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctor's.
Inbreeding depression among maternal parents, calculated by comparing the fitness of outcrossed progeny versus mean progeny fitness of the four inbred groups together, varied significantly for probability of flowering (range: 0.
The range of genetic diversity in hybrids was relatively greater compared to the inbred lines.
Parameters of inbreeding analysis in all animals in percent (%) Breed CLA CLWd CLWs DC PN Proportion of inbred Animals 57.
In inbred populations, females mating with just one male showed a 50 percent reduction in the number of surviving offspring they could produce.
The goal of this research was to survey response of qualitative traits and grain yield in maize inbred lines in drought stress condition at growth different stages.
Comparative growth and survival of inbred and outbred Penaeus (marsupenaeus) japonicus, reared under controlled environment conditions: indications of inbreeding depression.
According to VEGA (1988), crosses between inbred lines produce high gains although hybrid vigor may also be obtained in crosses between varieties, as in sugarcane.
in hybrids compared with that in their parental inbred lines could be associated with greater PG[R.