22) while it seems to be higher than Brahman cross-breeding
Breeds such as the Akita, Afghan Hound and Chinese Shar-Pei, which have been classed as ancient, are no closer to the first domestic dogs than other breeds due to the effects of lots of cross-breeding
, the study found.
Despite the Holstein's proven milk production ability, many cost-conscious British and Irish dairy farmers are increasingly interested in the commercial advantages of cross-breeding
to improve fertility, longevity and health traits such as mastitis resistance,' said Jason Kean of Green Acres.
An official of the agency's Nature Conservative Bureau said, "The diversity study of the genes is very meaningful in considering measures such as preventing genetic infection which could result from cross-breeding
with related foreign species and transplanting plant species whose population has diminished from other regions.
Intrigued, Tilghman and her colleagues obtained mice of the same species, repeated the cross-breeding
, and saw the same results.
The music is doo-wop being funny by cross-breeding
itself with various pop styles (David Byrne, the Beatles) and by bouncing off of its polished, dead-pan surface lyrics that satirize contemporary life.
These experiments were done using gene-transfer techniques at an early stage of fetal development followed by generational cross-breeding
Local cattle ranchers have been cross-breeding
native cows with foreign breeds by buying genetic material from Australia, but the practice could sometimes cost more than the profit, according to Tuason.
Some animal rights activists argue that ligers suffer from defects as a result of the cross-breeding
and are little help in preserving an already endangered species.
IRELAND'S traditional workhorse faces extinction because producers are cross-breeding
with other types of stallion to create showjumpers.
Bill Foster, dairy breeding specialist with Genus Breeding, said the increase underlined the dairy industry's recognition of the benefits that cross-breeding
It's a reason why more people are going back to British native breeds and looking at cross-breeding