mass selection

mass selection

a method of producing new plant and animal varieties in which many suitable individuals contribute their genes to the new variety, all inferior types in the population having been removed (selected out) by the breeder.
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The Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East offers companies-employers of advanced development areas, the free port of Vladivostok, and other business entities solutions for attracting unique specialists and mass selection. For individual vacancies, individual roadmaps for attracting labor resources are formed with key employers, which may include job fairs and organizaires, both in the subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District and throughout the territory of the Russian Federation, as well as organizing events to accompany the released workers in order to further job placement.
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It is concluded that mass selection should be performed for better growth and production in future breeding plans.
Our smallest reserve and to a lesser extent Somkhanda, displayed evidence of fencing significantly influencing prey mass selection. The proximity to these hard barriers largely influenced the proportional contribution of prey kills with more kills occurring within the vicinity of fences than expected.
As I think this through, I'd likely plant many cultivars of sweet basil (and relatives), harvest seed from the best-tasting survivors, and continue for a few generations of mass selection with the hope of isolating a mildew-resistant yet tasty basil that's specifically adapted to my local conditions.
Out of these 22 sub-groups, first group was maintained with fully pedigree records, in second group birds were picked randomly without following any selection procedure, rest 20 groups were subjected to mass selection. The same procedure was repeated in the next two generations.
Genetic diversity and effective population size in mass selection lines of Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas).
The UNB-2U open-pollinated population, currently named UENF-14, originated from the UNB-2 variety after two cycles of mass selection at Campos dos Goytacazes, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil.
In 1st group 108 birds of higher body weight were selected with full pedigree record to compare with the birds selected with mass selection and random-bred control; in 2nd group 324 birds of higher body weight were selected to be the parent of next generation.
I'm not in favour of knee-jerk reactions and mass selection changes, but something has to be done.
These birds were gradually improved using mass selection, but the industrialization of the poultry industry soon gave way to much more sophisticated methods: birds might be examined with ultrasound or x-rays to study the shape of muscles and bones, and blood oxygen levels were measured to determine cardiovascular health.