panmixia(redirected from Panmixus)
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pan·mix·i·a(păn-mĭk′sē-ə) also pan·mix·is (-mĭk′sĭs)
Random mating within a breeding population.
[New Latin : pan- + Greek mixis, act of mingling (from mignunai, to mix; see meik- in Indo-European roots).]
pan·mic′tic (-mĭk′tĭk) adj.
(Genetics) (in population genetics) random mating within an interbreeding population
[C20: from New Latin, from Greek pan- + mixis act of mating]
pan•mix•i•a(pænˈmɪk si ə)
random mating within a population, with no evidence of selection for traits.
pan•mic′tic (-ˈmɪk tɪk) adj.