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pure line

1. The progeny of a single homozygous individual obtained by self-fertilization.
2. The progeny of an individual reproducing asexually by simple fission, or by buds, runners, or stolons.
3. The progeny of two homozygous individuals reproducing sexually.
See also: line
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The purpose of these trials is to compare each pure line with one or more commercial controls (usually more than one).
The presence of Charlie Appleby's Wolverhampton third Bittern and Ralph Beckett's Dunstall Park runner-up Pure Line should ensure Dreamlike is a backable price and she is fancied to get the job done in an interesting event for the time of year.
The presence of Charlie Appleby's Wolverhampton third Bittern and Ralph Beckett's Dunstall Park runnerup Pure Line should ensure Dreamlike is a backable price and she is fancied to get the job done in an interesting event for the time of year.
The presence of Charlie Appleby's A Wolverhampton third Bittern and Ralph Beckett's Dunstall Park runner-up Pure Line should ensure Dreamlike is a backable price and she is fancied to get the job done in an interesting event for the time of year.
Furthermore, the fact that half of the selectable plants exceeded the highest check relative yield shows that landraces include individual genotypes potential to evolve to high yielding pure line cultivars.
Canidae has two lines of foods: Canidae Life Stages (6 varieties, including 1 puppy and 1 senior variety); and its Grain Free Pure line 4 varieties.
As it is, if we take the ridgeback's ridge, and if we cross a pure line (homozygous) of ridged dogs--that is, one with both genes being dominant, and a pure line of dogs without ridges where both genes are recessive, all of the offspring will be ridgebacked because they will all have one dominant gene and one recessive.
The experts recommended the development of a protocol for carp Broodstock Management, establishment of live Gene Bank pure line and improved stairs for SAARC countries.
Eggs from each cross and each pure line were rinsed after 10 min to remove excess sperm and resuspended in 9-L glass flasks containing 7000 mL at a density 70-120 eggs [mL.sup.-1] (Ruiz et al., 2008; Toro et al., 2008).
What you see in each garment is a clear, pure line, an immaculate cut, and beautiful use of fabric and color.
Water has gotten more refreshing and just in time for summer as Kraft Foods, based in Northfield, III., adds three flavors to the Crystal Light Pure line. With only 15 calories and 4 grams of sugar per serving, the new varieties--Tropical Blend, Mixed Berry and Lemonade--join the line's existing Grape and Strawberry Kiwi options.
Other highlights include Picasso's Le Repos Du Sculpteur Devant Un Nu A La Draperie (1922), a pure line etching from his famous La Suite Vollard series, and six lithographs from Magritte's The Enchanted Field series.