breeding factor

breeding factor

[′brēd·iŋ ‚fak·tər]
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Hence, community exploitation by some notorious leaders for own selfish gains is another breeding factor for the parasite for the spread of negative ethnicity and tribalism.
HIS name did not appear on the Hove card, but Staplers Jo was the major breeding factor at last week's gala meeting, mainly by virtue of being brood sire of finals winner Barnfield On Air (Sussex Cup), Afflack Elite (Waverley Puppy Trophy) and Cutting It Fine (Ladies' Trophy), a remarkable distaffside treble.
The breeding factor is an important one in assessing the Derby chances as most of the colts entered have yet to travel a mile and a half and the Derby itself is unique.
Many environmental and breeding factors play an important role in the rearing of calves.
However, because of water deficit in most arid regions, crop plants resistance against drought, has always been of great importance and has taken into account as one of the breeding factors [2].
CRS calls these problems "racial tension breeding factors."