biparental


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Related to biparental: biparental inheritance

bi·pa·ren·tal

 (bī′pə-rĕn′tl)
adj.
Of or derived from two parents: biparental inheritance.

biparental

(ˌbaɪpəˈrɛntəl)
adj
from two parents
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In eight nests for it which was possible to determine the sex of adults during nest visits, the feeding of nestlings was biparental, with 61% of the deliveries performed by the female (n = 74 visits).
An experimental graft and surgreffe experiment was designed using the same criteria: grafter, location, nuclei brand and size for graft and surgreffe, and donor oysters from 10 biparental families produced in a hatchery system.
In the present study, egg composition and its energetic value was estimated in the dovekie (or little auk, Alle cille), a seabird exhibiting biparental care except for the end of the chick-rearing period, when the female deserts the brood while the male continues the feeding and escorts the chick during fledging.
americanus exhibits biparental care of their young, feeding them by regurgitation and protecting them from predators (Ratcliffe, 1996).
An NIMH-funded study, Stress, Anxiety, and Paternal Behavior in Fathers (5R21MH087806-02), investigated how stress affects paternal care in a biparental rodent (the California mouse), and whether fatherhood influences males' behavioral, hormonal, and neural responses to stress.
Both the androgenetic origin of the CHM (46,XX) and the biparental origin of normal villous tissue (46,XX) were confirmed by DNA genotyping analysis.
The components of genetic variance in populations of biparental progenies and their use in estimating the average degree of dominance.
The histologic features of this case were consistent with placental mesenchymal dysplasia, which is known to result in some cases from androgenetic/ biparental mosaicism.
PHENOTYPING OF VARIATIONS IN PROGENIES OF BIPARENTAL CROSS OF SWEETPOTATO (Ipomoea batatas) FOR STORAGE ROOT YIELDS AND INSECT-PEST DAMAGES.
Even population diffentiation for maternal and biparental gene markers in Eugenia uniflora, a widely distributed species from the Brazilian coast Atlantic rain forest.