Definition of Outbreeding. Meaning of Outbreeding. Synonyms of Outbreeding

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- potential for outbreeding depression when crossing po****tions of a fragmented species. It is considered postzygotic response because outbreeding depression...
- heterozygous masking of such deleterious mutations. Consanguinity Heterosis Outbreeding depression Miscegenation Sharp, C.A. (26 February 1999). "The Downside...
- Heterosis, hybrid vigor, or outbreeding enhancement is the improved or increased function of any biological quality in a hybrid offspring. An offspring...
- of individuals who are relatively less related genetically: that is, outbreeding as opposed to inbreeding. This benefits the offspring as it reduces the...
- crossbreeding, the role of inbreeding and outbreeding in evolution, and the value of inbreeding and outbreeding in plant and animal improvement. East and...
- depression, unlike its hermaphroditic relative C. elegans, which experiences outbreeding depression. Inbreeding (i.e., breeding between closely related individuals)...
- fitness-related traits, but also sometimes leads to negative effects known as outbreeding depression. However increased homozygosity increases probability of fixing...
- key to the success of reintroduction into the species' native habitat. Outbreeding is when organisms mate with unrelated individuals, increasing heterozygosity...
- colors the registry permits in these breeds, and whether they permit any outbreeding in the lineage). Because these cats are a crossbreed, various registries...
- Selfish genetic elements (historically also referred to as selfish genes, ultra-selfish genes, selfish DNA, parasitic DNA and genomic outlaws) are genetic...
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