i]) = effect ofjth genetic line
in a genetic group, and
They were then intermingled so genetic lines
are hard to trace, and here in the US, most ostriches were bred in colonies or trios, so genetic lines
can be almost impossible to pin down.
SALT LAKE CITY -- An international team of genetic scientists has discovered the ancestors of Native Americans had at least 15 unique maternal genetic lines
, many more "founding mothers" than had been expected for the Paleo-Indians who initially immigrated into the unpeopled, resource-rich Western Hemisphere 15-18,000 years ago.
We can't stress enough the importance of maintaining strong genetic lines
, and these cubs add new, established genetic markers to our collaborative breeding efforts.
To make this discovery, the scientists studied 146 different genetic lines
of fruit flies that were fed four different diets.
Wuhlfkuhle's firm is a partnership owned by Syngenta and DuPont/ Pioneer and began actively licensing those firms' traits and genetic lines
In this regard, plant geneticists have shown a fundamental interest in understanding the population performance of new genetic lines
, while precision planter manufacturers want to know the performance of planter design in establishing uniform plant spacing and emergence prior to release of new planters.
Use of the technology allows for more efficient breeding programs and preservation of high quality genetic lines
Pinson has also teamed up with a scientist in the Philippines to develop a second gene-mapping population known as the "TeQing-into-Lemont introgression lines" (TILs), which consist of 123 genetic lines
that each contain just 1 to 5 small pieces of TeQing DNA placed within a predominantly Lemont genetic background.
Australia's Sheep Co-operative Research Center is now carrying out a first-ever study into 700 sheep with 20 different genetic lines
DuPont and Syngenta announce the formation of a 50-50 joint venture and licensing agreements that will provide broad access to the companies' proprietary corn and soybean genetic lines
and biotechnology traits.
It is also a way to broaden the genetic base as one can store great genetic lines
of today for use in the future, holding endless genetic possibilities.
The ADOL genetic lines
comprise close to half of the chicken germplasm in the NAGE Because of financial constraints, genetically unique chicken lines maintained elsewhere in the United States and in other countries are rapidly diminishing.