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progeny

[′präj·ə·nē]
(biology)
Offspring; descendants.

PROGENY

1961. Report generator for UNIVAX SS90.
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A total of thirteen periods of calving were taken with an interval of 18 months for each period according to progeny testing programme under network project on buffalo improvement.
Traditional methods of progeny testing a bull, dating back over 60 years of artificial insemination, were the results of evaluating a bull's daughter group against other daughter groups from other bulls.
Because DNA is available from birth, it may be possible to predict the genetic potential of animals at a very young age, in the absence of progeny testing, and keep only the best animals for breeding purposes.
In addition, these trait-specific tests can eliminate the need to perform expensive and time-consuming progeny testing on unproven bulls.
Heritability was demonstrated for the five mutant lines subjected to progeny testing to date.
This was underlined by junior agriculture minister Michael Jack, who was opening a new 16,000 [pounds] conference centre at the Genus progeny testing centre in Berkshire.
41 in Hanwoo steers slaughtered at 24 months of age after the end of progeny testing or in Japanese Black steers (Osawa et al.
Besides, this, the Board has also registered and trained 566 quality breeders and registered 1004 Progeny Testing program Farmers.