5 edition of The Natural History of Inbreeding and Outbreeding found in the catalog.
August 15, 1993
by University Of Chicago Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||584|
It is not easy to quantify the impact of these practices, since they depend on the mating system, demographic history of the breed and the genetic mechanism involved (Ballou, ); of course the genetic mechanism is not always known, especially for inbreeding depression and purging (Wellmann and Pfeiffer, ).Several studies have analysed the impact of inbreeding Cited by: Other articles where Inbreeding and Outbreeding is discussed: Edward Murray East: In their book, Inbreeding and Outbreeding, East and Jones laid the basis for the concept of heterosis, or hybrid vigour (that hybrids are often more viable, stronger, and more fertile than inbred strains). East joined the faculty of Harvard University at the Bussey Institution facility in .
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Abstract. This book was largely aimed at defining and assessing the role of population genetics in conservation biology. The topics include the widely recognized problems of genetic variation losses under random drift, inbreeding, reduced migration rates, and increased selective pressures under stress or widely fluctuating environments, and they are mainly addressed . outbreeding: /outbreeding/ (out´brēd″ing) the mating of unrelated individuals, which often produces more vigorous offspring than the parents are in terms of.
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Inbreeding, the mating of close kin, and outbreeding, the mating of distant relatives or unrelated organisms, have long been important subjects to evolutionary biologists. Inbreeding reduces genetic diversity in a population, increasing the likelihood that genetic defects will become widespread and deprive a population of the diversity it may need to cope with its Format: Hardcover.
The book The Natural History of Inbreeding and Outbreeding: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives, Edited by Nancy Wilmsen Thornhill is published by University of Chicago Press. Inbreeding, the mating of close kin, and outbreeding, the mating of distant relatives or related organisms, have long been important subjects to evolutionary biologists.
In this volume, 26 experts in evolution, behaviour and genetics examine the Price Range: £ - £ The Natural History of Inbreeding and Outbreeding: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives. Inbreeding, the mating of close kin, and outbreeding, the mating of distant relatives.
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Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. US$ pb., ISBN: o, US$ hc., ISBN: O. Inbreeding has often been regarded as rare or pathological. Title: Inbreeding and Evolution. (Book Reviews: The Natural History of Inbreeding and Outbreeding.
Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives.) Book Authors. Examples of the importance of inbreeding and outbreeding for shaping the natural history and mating tactics of organisms in the wild are colorful and varied. For example, a comparison of selfing and hermaphroditic nematodes (Caenorhabditis elegans vs.
remanei) showed that the sexual species suffered greatly from inbreeding depression. The Natural History of Inbreeding and Outbreeding. Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. US$ pb., ISBN: 0‐‐‐0, US$ hc., ISBN: 0‐‐‐0.
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Inbreeding refers to mating of related individuals. It results in a decline in survival and reproduction (reproductive fitness), known as inbreeding depression, in most species of. Inbreeding in birds / Ian Rowley, Eleanor Russell, and Michael Brooker --The natural history of inbreeding and outbreeding in small mammals / Andrew T.
Smith --Inbreeding and outbreeding in captive populations of wild animal species / Robert C. Lacy, Ann Petric, and Mark Warneke --Dispersal, kinship, and inbreeding in African lions / Craig.
The causes and consequences of inbreeding avoidance and tolerance in cooperatively breeding vertebrates but the natural history of inbreeding has proved par-ticularly difﬁcult to study.
Empirical work on wild populations consequences of inbreeding avoidance and tolerance for cooper-ative breeders. Finally, I outline developments in Cited by: The Natural History of Inbreeding and Outbreeding: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. ISBN 0. Inbreeding and outbreeding in captive populations of wild animals. In: Thornhill, N. (ed.) The Natural History of Inbreeding and Outbreeding: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives pp.
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Outbreeding between populations with chromosomal incompatibilities or those that are adapted to different environmental conditions can also increase extinction risk. Restoring gene flow between isolated populations can reverse inbreeding depression. This article discusses the conservation implications of inbreeding and outbreeding by: 6.
Outbreeding Caenorhabditis species suffer severe inbreeding depressionand multiple generations of forced inbreeding failed to make some parts of the genome homozygous, probably because these Cited by:.
Outbreeding is seldom employed since in most breeding programs dogs that would qualify for outbreeding simply do not exist. In summary, most successful breeders use some formula involving general line breeding with inbreeding employed when sufficiently outstanding products of their line result and outcrossing only when another line can supply a.Waser focuses on the basic issues of how important inbreeding and outbreeding are in natural populations, and what sorts of causes and consequences occur.
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