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introgression

(ĭn′trə-grĕsh′ən)
n.
The movement or spread of alleles of one species into the gene pool of another through repeated backcrossing of interspecific hybrids with members of one of the parental species.

in′tro·gres′sive (-grĕs′ĭv) adj.
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Grain Shape Performance of Parents and Two Introgression Line Populations
Correlations of Traits in the Two Introgression Line Populations
Background= Reciprocal Introgression Line Populations in MH63 indica background.
Phenotypic performance of aluminum toxicity tolerance-related trait of root elongation in two sets of reciprocal introgression line populations in 02428 japonica background ANOVA (Analysis of variance) results (Table-2) showed that 02428 parents under control had significantly higher values for all traits of evaluation, i.
Development of candidate introgression lines using an exotic barley accession (Hordeum vulgare ssp.
Therefore, introgression lines will carry the substituted paternal genome in a cytoplasmic background that contains the original maternal heritable cytoplasmic factors.
In both reciprocal introgression lines, fertilization with nonrecombinant genomes greatly increased survival of recombinant progeny up to levels similar to survival estimates in pure species (table 5).
2]-derived progenies fitted well the approximated [beta] distributions for flint and dent lines, but only moderately for introgression lines (Fig.
1]--derived lines, were lower for flint and dent lines but larger for introgression lines.
Humphreys and Thomas (1993) compared drought resistance of introgression lines from Lolium multiflorum x Festuca arundinacea hybrids and also found segregation among the progenies.
The congruity backcross lines were selected from a larger set of 420 introgression lines that were developed by Mejia-Jimenez et al.
Cytogenetic and molecular mapping of the wheat-Aegilops longissima chromatin breakpoints in powdery mildew-resistant introgression lines.