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breed·ing

(brēd'ing),
Selected mating of individuals to produce a strain that is desirable or of scientific interest.
See also: hybridization, linebreeding, inbreeding.
[breed, fr. M.E. breden, fr. O.E. brēdan, + -ing]
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Genetics The process of generating progeny, understood to be non-primates; the raising or improving of domestic animals
Sociology A term referring to one’s upbringing, training, nurture, education, manners, descent, pedigree, extraction, gentility
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Q. What kind of dogs are considered "low allergy" breeds? My son really wants a dog and I am allergic. Not severely but... Promised to look into getting a low allergy one. Appreciate any info including how to source free/low cost as money is tight.

A. Take in mind that there are also other criteria for choosing a dog. Some of them need special grooming and some aren't really great with kids, but you can check out these breeds and more at www. dogbreedfacts.com. As for myself, I have had several Bichon Frises, and they can be great with kids and other pets, and they are hardy and very, very intelligent!! They arent too big either! Good luck on your hunt!

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This may be related to the breeding history and environment of each population.
The two parental stocks of bay scallops used in this study, named "A" and "B", were the same age and had been cultured under the same environmental conditions in the Laizhou Bay of Bohai Sea, but they differed in their origin and breeding history. Stock A is derived from the first introduction from Connecticut, USA in 1982 and has been successively cultured in China for more than 20 generations.
Diagnosis of pyometra was made by rectal palpation of a large thick walled, distended uterus concomitant to breeding history and clinical signs.
"Those mares or stallions with a breeding history are basically a lot easier to value and they tend to get the highest-loan-to-value ratio, obviously very much in conjunction with a view of the financial strength of the borrower."
However, the above facts also indicate the influence of other zebu breeds and that can be explained from the cattle breeding history of Bangladesh.
PC Ian Solomon, Cleveland Police's wildlife officer for Redcar and Cleveland, said that depending on their breeding history, they may have to be destroyed under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991.
Analysis of molecular variance (WINAMOVA 1.55 software) (Excoffier et al., 1992) based on Euclidean distance, as described for RAPD markers by Huff (1997), was used to calculate variance components within and between cultivars and groups based on geographical origin or breeding history. Unweighted pair-group method based on arithmetic means (UPGMA) clustering of cultivars was based on modified coancestry coefficients (Reynolds et al., 1983) derived from AMOVA.
We took 10,569 mares from the Stud Book from 1961-1964, which is all of Volume 35, and traced the breeding history of each mare back in time to get her complete record - an average 12-year reproductive life.
This is an utter disappointment since it does not cover any aspect of plant breeding history. Many of our modern crops were developed in diverse geographical areas by people who lacked an understanding of the scientific basis of plant breeding.
The feats are all in here, along with enough racing and breeding history, succinctly and wittily explained, to make the intensity of the tussle over a big hunk of horseflesh comprehensible to the lay reader.
As discussed in more detail below (see Discussion), the tree topology did not closely mimic the breeding history of the seven cultivars (Table 1).