jotunheim wrote:These articles are all very intersting - but how do you expect to change the future, as what you are describing, has allready happend ...
Person gets a dog, this dog is a very strong linebreeding - the dogs behind this dog meight not have the same name, but are bred back on the same lines ...
so the rules/suggestions doesn't help.
Sonia Dobe wrote:1. Otherwise, in animal breeding, paternal lineages degrade more quickly than maternal lineages because males are heterozygote for the sexual chromosomes (XY) and the paternal X chromosome is loose in the conception of a male offspring.
Sonia Dobe wrote:2.-all mattings, included theoretical outcrosses on a 4-5 pedigrees, are at least linebreedings in a 15 generations pedigree.
Sonia Dobe wrote:3.Theoretical linebreedings in fact are inbreedings in most cases. For instance puppies with a Wright inbreeding coefficient F=6.25% in a 4 generations pedigree (consanguinity 3-2 on a very inbreed popular sire), can be F=16.76% and a kinship coefficient R=30.9% in a 15 generations pedigree!
jotunheim wrote:medium longevity ????
When average longlevity is 10+ - is that then "medium longlevity" - I have to disagree on that - sorry
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