The Premiership champions are breeding individual
match-winners of top quality.
He believes breeding individual
chickens to yield more eggs compounded the problem.
In order to protect the unique genetic characters of different Tibet chickens populations, these individuals with admixed ancestry origin should not be considered as core breeding individuals
In addition, selection of breeding individuals
and non-random mating between individuals selected are also important factors to cause the genetic diversity loss.
As there are less than 200 breeding individuals
left in the wild, gharials have been declared a critically endangered species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and are also listed in Schedule- I of the Wildlife Protection Act 1972.
I calculated overall percentages of breeding individuals
, percentage of adults, percentage of adult males in the total sample of adult males and females, overall mean weights for males and females.
The scientists put the number at 18,500 people, but this refers only to breeding individuals
, the "effective" population.
Last year there was a record total of 42,338 breeding individuals
Short-tailed Albatross (Phoebastria albatrus) With a population of fewer than 600 breeding individuals
, the short-tailed albatross is one of the world's rarest birds.
In particular, Lloyd (1887) found golden-fronted woodpeckers as far west as Reagan County, Texas, in the Concho Valley region, and Hasbrouck (1889) found breeding individuals
as far north as Eastland County, Texas.
Keitt (1999) also suspected a small number of breeding individuals
on Todos Santos and San Martin, but this was not confirmed.
Even this assumption may be violated if survival prospects are so low, both for breeding individuals
and their offspring, that breeding suppression actually prevents or lessens a population decrease.