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pedigree

1. 
a. the line of descent of a purebred animal
b. (as modifier): a pedigree bull
2. a document recording this

pedigree

[′ped·ə‚grē]
(genetics)
Diagrammatic representation of the ancestry of an individual.
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A positive family history was found in 14 (28%) of the 50 family pedigrees analysed, which is similar to findings reported by Ntusi et al., [5] where familial disease was found in 26.6% of patients with IDCM by family pedigree analysis in Cape Town.
Keywords: Adani dairy goat, Inbreeding, Iran, Pedigree analysis.
However, based on pedigree analysis, X-linked recessive inheritance is most likely, which is similar to the recent report of clustering in a family.
Based on these illustrations, pedigree analysis and/or inheritance prediction algorithm can also be designed.
The study further incorporates pedigree analysis and Sanger sequencing to determine the carrier status in HB families.
Value of PCI is usually a good indicator whether the pedigree data are good enough for the purposes of the following pedigree analysis. At least the last three generations, and the last two years amounted PCI of 100% in CLA, CLWd, and CLWS breeds.
Pedigree analysis and inbreeding depression on growth traits in Brazilian Marchigiana and Bonsmara breeds.
This syndrome demands careful investigations of other affected family members & pedigree analysis. Apparent sisters of affected individual have (1) in 3 chance of being XY & female offspring of a normal sister of an affected individual have 1 in 6 chance of being XY.
Pedigree analysis and inbreeding effects on calving traits in large dairy herds in Germany.
Case report and pedigree analysis. Br J Dermatol 2005;153:821-4.
Population history and genetic variability in the Spanish Arab Horse assessed via pedigree analysis. Livest.
Finally, the pedigree analysis that is an integral component of the plan gives students an opportunity to make claims, use evidence, provide reasoning, and offer rebuttals to alternative claims (CERR model; McNeill & Krajcik, 2008).