a cross between the progeny of a cross and one of the parents.
A genetic cross between an offspring and one of its parents or an organism genetically identical to one of its parents.
A cross of a hybrid to either of its parents. In genetics, a cross of a heterozygote to a homozygous recessive. The cross of a hybrid to one of its parental types; a method of incorporating traits into otherwise adapted cultivars. May include multiple crosses to a recurring parental cycle.
A cross between an animal that is heterozygous for alleles obtained from two parental strains and a second animal from one of those parental strains. Also used to describe the breeding protocol of an outcross followed by a backcross. See also: model organisms
To breed a cat with one of its parents.
A type of genetic cross in which a hybrid strain is crossed to one of the two parental strains.
mate a hybrid of the first generation with one of its parents
Crossing an organism with one of its parents or with the genetically equivalent organism. The offspring of such a cross are referred to as the backcross generation or backcross progeny. See testcross.
The mating of a two-breed crossbred offspring back to one of its parental breeds. Example: A Yorkshire-Landrace cross sow bred back to a Yorkshire boar.
The mating of a two-breed crossbred offspring back to one of its parental breeds. Example: A Hereford-Angus cross cow bred back to an Angus bull.
Crossing an organism with one of its parent organisms
A cross between one animal type that is heterozygous for alleles obtained from two parental strains and a second animal type from one of those parental strains. The term is often used by itself to describe the two generation breeding protocol of an outcross followed by a backcross used frequently in linkage analysis.
The cross of an individual with one of its parents or an organism with the same genotype as a parent.
the offspring of a hybrid crossed with one or the other of its parents; in the case of interspecific hybrids, with a member of one or the other parent species.
To cross (mate) with one parent. ( 13)