exogamic


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Adj.1.exogamic - characterized by or fit for fertilization by a flower that is not closely related
phytology, botany - the branch of biology that studies plants
2.exogamic - pertaining to or characterized by the custom of marrying only outside the limits of a clan or tribe
anthropology - the social science that studies the origins and social relationships of human beings
outbred - bred of parents not closely related; having parents of different classes or tribes
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The software has resources to study in-depth the genetic mapping including information from molecular markers, codominant multiallelics in exogamic populations from one or several families of half- and complete offsprings, and technique of QTLs detection in these populations using the following analyses:
Considering that populations have been stable for a long time, the main obstacle for their conservation may be the exogamic depression that may occur in the future caused by human activity.
Hrothgar advances Beowulf as the possible heir to the throne and strengthens the exogamic relations at the expense of his endogamic kinship bonds.
Conversely, hybridisation also can contribute to the extinction of species producing introgression of exotic alleles, causing possible exogamic depression and reducing species fitness (Templeton, 1986; Lynch, 1991; Edmands and Timmerman, 2003).
Underlying pressures within the Oedipus complex structure the family unit by exogamic regulation.
In this exogamic marital-net, women migrate to the community of their future husbands, allowing a constant gene flow throughout the region.
the vampire hunters are not the vampire's sons; they do not eat his corpse), Stevenson replaces the Freudian theory of surrogate family, internecine rivalry, and incestuous competition, with the ethnographic model of incest as exogamic regime.