This may be related to the breeding history
and environment of each population.
Stock A is derived from the initial 1982 introduction from Connecticut, USA and expected to be highly inbred because of the small founder population (26 individuals) and the long breeding history
(20 + generations).
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Yes they are Swedes, but the kind of name we are looking for is something with a Scottish connection, to reflect the variety's breeding history
Cultivar Ecotype Breeding history
Lincoln Southern Selected from old fields of introductions of Hungarian origin made before 1898.
Make an educated guess about the breeding history
and go from there.
These targets can then be linked to guidelines, or `river flow rules' that specify how much water to release, and when, subject to seasonal factors such as waterbird breeding history
, river flows, and the needs of irrigators.
The company that receives the certificate agrees to disclose to the public basic information about its variety, such as a description of the plant and its breeding history
Diagnosis of pyometra was made by rectal palpation of a large thick walled, distended uterus concomitant to breeding history
and clinical signs.
Those mares or stallions with a breeding history
are basically a lot easier to value and they tend to get the highest-loan-to-value ratio, obviously very much in conjunction with a view of the financial strength of the borrower.
However, the above facts also indicate the influence of other zebu breeds and that can be explained from the cattle breeding history
1992) based on Euclidean distance, as described for RAPD markers by Huff (1997), was used to calculate variance components within and between cultivars and groups based on geographical origin or breeding history