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Synonyms for inbred

Synonyms for inbred

forming an essential element, as arising from the basic structure of an individual

Synonyms for inbred

produced by inbreeding


normally existing at birth

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WHEN BROTHERS ARE BETTER Though spotted salamanders frequently inbreed, Zamudio hasn't tested whether the offspring pay an evolutionary toll.
Some animal species that regularly inbreed and that show little inbreeding depression are known (hermaphroditic snails: Doums et al.
The rough hypothesis for how the genetic switch works goes back to attempts to inbreed honeybees.
But if early humans did inbreed quite often, that might force researchers to reevaluate some of their theories about human evolution.
The almost universal phenomenon of inbreeding depression, that is, the decrease in fitness of the progeny derived from consanguineous matings relative to the fitness of progeny derived from random outcrossing, is generally considered to be the leading selective factor opposing the tendency to inbreed.