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outbreed

(out′brēd′)
v. out·bred (-brĕd′), out·breeding, out·breeds
v.tr.
To subject to outbreeding.
v.intr.
To engage in outbreeding.
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High-resolution genetic mapping using the Mouse Diversity outbred population.
Genetic variation and population substructure in outbred CD-1 mice: implications for genome-wide association studies.
At each generation random mating contributes outbred individuals to the class MLH = n with frequency
Even though the outbred CD-1 strain has been selected for large litter size and reproductive efficiency, these results show that this strain provides an excellent model for the study of estrogen action in the uterus and mammary gland.
Pray and Goodnight (1995) reported significant lineage-level genetic variation in inbreeding depression among a series of inbred lineages derived from a single, outbred source population.
These data suggest the possibility that individual mice in this outbred strain may be susceptible to bronchocowstrictive effects of WTC PM.
Each selection line was derived by choosing approximately 100 pairs from a single, outbred base population (Luckinbill et al.
Few studies have examined phenotypic variation among inbred populations relative to an outbred control, as opposed to an [F.
In the Hannover experiments, female SD outbred rats were obtained from Charles River (Hagemann, Extertal, Germany) and acclimatized for at least 1 week before use in the experiments.
Inbreeding effects among inbred and outbred laboratory colonies of Peromyscus maniculatus.
The outbred stock was cultured for approximately six generations before the start of the experiments in February 1995.
These experiments are relevant to the problem of variance in variance, but were not designed to estimate to analyze the probability of increased variance within certain lines relative to a control outbred population.