reciprocal cross


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reciprocal cross

a pair of crosses in which the PHENOTYPES of the partners are reversed. Thus, in humans the following are reciprocal crosses:

Different results from the two crosses indicate SEX LINKAGE of the gene controlling the character.

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Recently, reciprocal cross designs have been used for QTL detection in swine, in which individuals of two breeds were used as both grand-sires and grand-dams (Rohrer et al.
Recently, reciprocal cross designs were used for QTL detection in swine, for which individuals of both two breeds were used as grand-sires and grand-dams (Rohrer et al.
In each experiment involving each reciprocal cross, the [F.
On the other hand, no fertilization was observed in the reciprocal cross, C.
However, for the paired plant cross without reciprocal cross, the number of crosses to be made is just half that needed for the paired with reciprocal cross or chain cross.
Summed over all treatments, there were 120 crosses with two reciprocal crosses per cross plus replicate matings within each reciprocal cross.
discus hannai sperm, but, in the reciprocal cross, a relative lower fertilization success was produced even when H.
Afterward, the larvae from the same reciprocal cross group were collected from each bucket using a 30-[micro]m sieve, placed mixed in one 80-L polyethylene bucket with seawater and divided into three parts equally, conforming 3 replicates as with the parental stocks.
Given that the cytoplasm has no detectable effect on heat tolerance (above), we can gain insight into the importance of chromosome 1 by comparing the heat tolerance of males from the reciprocal cross between A and C populations (table 3).
The population samples were mated to produce pure and reciprocal cross progeny.
06% for the cross octaploid (female) by tetraploid (male) and no seed from the reciprocal cross.
In contrast, the reciprocal cross G [G] [male] x V [V] [female] produced significantly more male offspring than the intraspecies cross V [V] [male] x V [V] [female] (t = 2.