female offspring


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Noun1.female offspring - a child who is female
female person, female - a person who belongs to the sex that can have babies
child, kid - a human offspring (son or daughter) of any age; "they had three children"; "they were able to send their kids to college"
daughter, girl - a female human offspring; "her daughter cared for her in her old age"
male offspring, man-child - a child who is male
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The theory of local mate competition predicts a positive correlation between inbreeding and proportion of female offspring (Hamilton 1967).
Nemo was used to performed following analysis: demography of male or female offspring, dispersal rate, segregation mutations, no of alleles within whole population and within demes, deleterious mutation effect on heterozygosity of alleles, and genetic variance by using Nei and Chesser model.
Participants were the original mothers (2,390 women), recruited when they were pregnant (1990 to 1992), and their female offspring or female partners of male offspring who became pregnant (180 women) in 2012 to 2016.
Similar changes to these genes also appeared in the embryos and in the adult offspring: even in the one-year-old female offspring, the researchers were able to determine that the epigenetic pattern of these genes had been altered.
It had a 27-year-old female offspring called Najin which had a 17-Year-old female offspring called Fatu.
It also suggests that intervention strategies should be tailored according to sex, as female offspring did not demonstrate the same susceptibility to heart problems or impaired blood vessels as male offspring.
Previous studies with rats had shown that painkillers administered in pregnancy led to a reduction in germ cells in female offspring. This affected their fertility and the fertility of females in subsequent generations.
As for the female offspring P0, it is observed that the group E presents a significantly lower weight than the group C (E: 1.61 [+ or -] 0.03 g, C: 1.75 [+ or -] 0.05 g, p = 0.0118) (Fig.
Similar associations were found among male and female offspring.
The female offspring have red feathers at maturity, and the males have silver or white feathers.
The female offspring from this mating started producing eggs that contain three sets of chromosomes, and thus was able to clone itself.
Similar associations were found among both the male and the female offspring.