genetic cross

'genetic cross' can also refer to...

genetic cross

CrossPlan: systematic planning of genetic crosses to validate mathematical models

GenomeMixer: a complex genetic cross simulator

Genetic Analysis of an Interspecific Cross in Ornamental Viburnum (Viburnum)

Genetic diversity and cross-species transmission of kobuviruses in Vietnam

Heritability of the trait for human infactivity in genetic crosses of Trypanosoma brucei ssp.

Conservation of genetic linkage with map expansion in distantly related crosses of Agaricus bisporus

Biological and Genetic Aspects of Crosses Between Phylogenetically Close Species of Mexican Triatomines (Hemiptera: Reduviidae)

lga972: a cross-platform application for optimizing LD studies using a genetic algorithm

Trend tests for genetic association using population-based cross-sectional complex survey data

Announcement: Four-Way Cross Mouse Stocks: A New, Genetically Heterogeneous Resource for Aging Research

GPs' opinions of their role in prenatal genetic services: a cross-sectional survey

GACD: Integrated Software for Genetic Analysis in Clonal F1 and Double Cross Populations

GeMprospector—online design of cross-species genetic marker candidates in legumes and grasses

Molecular genetic perspectives on cross‐talk and specificity in abiotic stress signalling in plants

A Genetic Test for Whether Pairs of Hermaphrodites Can Cross-Fertilize in a Selfing Killifish

984TiPJapan CHARLOTTE: Characterizing the cross-sectional approach to ovarian cancer: Genetic testing of BRCA

Statistical Analysis of Multiple Phenotypes in Genetic Epidemiologic Studies: From Cross-Phenotype Associations to Pleiotropy

Velocity inversion in cross-hole seismic tomography by counter-propagation neural network, genetic algorithm and evolutionary programming techniques


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1 any mating of two organisms that results in a genetic recombinant.

2 the offspring of two (or more) parent organisms produced by mating or other means.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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