outbreed


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outbreed

[′au̇t‚brēd]
(biology)
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Most of the tropes of the American "anti-jihadists," as they call themselves, are taken from European models: a "creeping" imposition of sharia, Muslim allegiance to the ummah rather than to the nation-state, the coming demographic crisis as Muslims outbreed their Judeo-Christian counterparts.
The Asian carp are an invasive species--animals or plants put into a foreign habitat, where they quickly outeat and outbreed native wildlife.
An option to overcome the negative effects of endogamy in somatic and reproductive parameters in mice experimental groups would be the production of outbreed populations specifically for this aim.
They outbreed reds and eat up food supplies and habitats which the reds need to survive.
Neo-conservative commentator Mark Steyn writes in America Alone: "If you can't outbreed the enemy, cull 'em.
Maybe the Muslims are making a concerted effort to outbreed Europeans, take over France, and point their newly won nukes at Tel Aviv.
It showed that a relatively small immigrant Anglo-Saxon population, made up of invaders from Germany, Holland and Denmark, could have changed the face of British gene pool simply by using their economic advantage during apartheid to outbreed the Brits, according to research by the UCL Department of Biology.