line of descent of a purebred animal.
A family tree; a diagram that a genetic councilor will draw to outline the family history.
A diagram of a family history indicating the family members (males as squares, females as circles) and their relationships to affected individuals; those affected by a particular illness are denoted by "filled-in" symbols.
The record of the ancestry of an animal.
A diagramatic representation of a family tree, usually with notes about disease status of individuals.
representation of the genetic background of an individual by tracing the inheritance of traits in progenitors. Used to study the inheritance of some genes without controlled breeding experiments.
A diagram of the heredity of a particular trait through many generations of a family.
A family tree; genealogy.
A cat having at least three generations of pure breeding.
A graphical representation of family history that shows the pattern of inheritance for a disease.
A listing of a horse's ancestors.
A diagrammatic representation of a family health history.
An animal whose parents are recorded as true to the breed in a herdbook
A listing that shows a particular dog/bitch's ancestry. Always ask to see this before buying a prospective show dog. Also, inquire as to what makes each dog within the pedigree outstanding.
Brief remarks about the ancestry of a variety. In the case of very old varieties like Saaz or Hallertau, there is no ancestral information. We know only that this particular varietal type was selected over many years by growers and brewers in a particular area. More modern varieties can often be traced back through two to three generations of crosses often involving other known hop varieties. It is important to note that the qualities of a hop variety are only partly determined by the genes it receives.
a document containing the known names, titles, colours, and registration numbers of the first three to five generations of a cat's predecessors.
A family tree diagram that shows how a particular genetic trait or disease has been inherited through many generations of a family.
A diagram that shows the pattern of inheritance of a gene in a family.
Chart of a horse's ancestors; the bloodlines or lineage of a horse. An ancestral line using genealogy to distinguish purity in Arabian horses.
The line of parentage; in purebred cats, a certificate of unmixed breeding.
The pattern of transmission of a genetic trait in a family.
The dog's background or genealogy. Ask to see a CERTIFIED pedigree
The written record of a dog's family tree of three or more generations.
A diagram setting forth the ancestral history or genealogical register. Symbols commonly used in such diagrams are illustrated here in the sample pedigree. Females are symbolized by circles and males by squares. Individuals showing the trait are drawn as solid figures. Offspring are presented beneath the parental symbols in order of birth from left to right.
The ancestral history of an individual.
the descendants of one individual; "his entire lineage has been warriors"
line of descent of a pure-bred animal
ancestry of a purebred animal
having a list of ancestors as proof of being a purebred animal
a certified record of the lineage of the puppy - its parents, the grandparents and the great grandparents
a chart showing the genetic history of a particular trait within a family
a diagram of all the family members and their relationships as well as the pertinent medical information for each
a diagram of family relationships that uses symbols to represent people and lines to represent genetic relationships
a diagram showing the phenotype for a certain group of related organisms
a diagram that shows how a trait is
a diagram that shows the occurrence and appearance (phenotype) of a particular genetic trait, as it is passed from one generation to the next in a given family
a diagram, which represents the relationship between members in a family group
a family record that shows how a trait is inherited over several generations
a family tree, a chart showing the blood relationships between a person's ancestors and other relatives
a guarantee of bloodlines, a record of the blood of ancestors within which breeding operations and selection may, with confidence be confined
a list of ancestors (usually
an efficient way to show family relationships
an enumeration of all ancestors of the starting person
an identification of the direct ancestors of
an important document that details a dog's lineage
an official documentation of your dog's lineage, or family tree
a record of a dog's ancestors
a record of your dog's ancestors - sire (father), dam (mother), grandsire, granddam, great-grandsire and so forth
a statement on a special blank that shows the names of several generations from which your new Yorkshire Terrier puppy comes, and some other data, including the name of the breeder
a tool to help you learn the good and bad attributes that your dog is likely to exhibit or reproduce
a visual representation of the family's medical history and other important historical facts
The ancestry of an individual horse
A diagram of the genetic relationships and medical history of a family using standard symbols and terminology
The details of a horse's ancestry.
a diagram showing the ancestral relationship among individuals of a family over two or more generations.
A diagram that displays family relationships, gender, disease status, and other attributes.
PED-eh-gree A chart showing relationships of relatives and which ones have a particular trait. 268
The family history of the horse.
The known family history of a rat (or any other animal) including parents, grandparents, great grand-parents, etc.
The family tree of a pet. It will tell which pets have completed championship requirements and placements in shows.
A written chart of the male and female ancestors, showing the date of birth, the parents, grandparents, and great grandparents. It may contain other information such as color, weight, etc.
A diagram showing phenotypes and biological relationships among members of a family, often for several generations.
Written chart showing ancestry or line of descent
1) - a cat conforming to a recognized pedigree breed 2) - the "family tree" of any particular cat
A document recording the ancestors of a cat. Pedigrees may show few or many generations. A "3 generation pedigree" shows the cat itself plus three generations back. Most pedigrees show three to five generations.
Cats that have been bred for a specific purpose or for strict physical characteristics, and have been bred along pure lines for many years without interbreeding.
A family tree diagram that shows how a particular genetic trait or disease has been inherited. Source : Human Genome Project Information
A family history in diagram form showing the family members (males as squares, females as circles) and their relationships to individuals with a certain disease.
pictorial relation of yourself and your family history, see page 7
A family tree diagram that shows how a particular genetic trait or disease has been inherited. See also: inherit
a diagram representing family relationships of individuals.
A form showing the line of ancestors and their performance for an individual horse.
Diagram showing family members, their relationships, and presence or absence of a particular trait or traits.
a person's ancestry, lineage, family tree.
an ordered drawing showing a family's genetic relationships
a diagram of a family tree indicating the family members and their relationship to the person with an inherited disorder.
A tabulation of names of ancestors, usually only those of three closest generations.
A recorded list or genealogy of an alpaca's ancestors. A registered or recorded known line of descent.
These are purebred cats with distinct temperaments and personalities according to their specific breed. For more information on pedigree cats, visit cat shows and talk to breeders.
diagram showing the inheritance of particular characteristics from one generation to later generations
a diagram setting forth the ancestral history or genealogical register; may be used to determine the inheritance pattern of a particular trait
a multigenerational family tree using symbols to denote lineage and genetic information
Refers to a horse's family tree, paternal and maternal ancestors. A horse's pedigree provides insight into its potential ability and value.
Diagram mapping the genetic history of a particular family/related individuals
A written chart of the male and female ancestors of a rabbit, showing the date of birth and the parents, grandparents, and great grandparents of the rabbit.
chart, diagram or list that depicts an individual's ancestors, used in genetics to analyze patterns of inheritance.
Record of an individual's ancestral history showing inheritance patterns for a given trait or traits.
The genetic relationships between the members of a family, often with information on the inheritance of one or more conditions or genetic loci.
A family tree describing the occurrence of heritable traits across as many generations as possible.
A register recording a line of ancestors.
The written record of a pure-bred dogs ancestry (lineage).
Details of parentage and ancestry recorded in a studbook or registry.
A "family tree," drawn with standard genetic symbols, showing inheritance patterns for specific phenotypic characters.
A simplified diagram of a family's genealogy that shows family members' relationships to each other and how a particular trait or disease has been inherited.
The written record of a dog's descent of three generations or more.
A family history in diagram form showing the family members (males as squares, females as circles) and their relationships to affected individuals; those affected by a particular illness are denoted by "filled-in" symbols.
A pedigree is a dog's family tree recorded on paper. The AKC has a family tree on file for all registered dogs. If you have an AKC registered dog and the breeder did not give you a printed record of your dog's ancestry.
A diagram mapping the genetic history or a particular family
The written record of a cat's genealogy, often of three generations or more.
a list of ancestors; a lineage
A form on which a cat and its background is recorded for three generations back.
a drawing of a family tree
a written record of a cat's ancestry, showing its parentage over several generations.
A pedigree is a genealogical diagram that shows all family members as well as how a particular trait or disease has been inherited.
This is the written record of a dogâ€(tm)s ancestry of the dog showing titles and achievements of each generation, depicting 3 generations or more. The American Kennel Club and the United Kennel Club registers dog breeds and provides the ancestry or the pedigree of each puppy registered. Pedigrees can be as simple as three generations ie: grandparents to an eight to nine generation pedigree. The rule of thumb is to view the achievements of the parents and grandparents in order to see where your puppy may have potential to excel.
Jewish pedigrees are tables of descent and relationship, sometimes given in narrative form. Jews have always carefully recorded their genealogies (see article), but owing to their wide and frequent dispersions very few can trace their descent further back than a couple of hundred years. All persons of the name of Cohen claim descent from Aaron the high priest, but no attempt has ever been made by any Cohen actually to trace his descent through well authenticated documentary sources.
A pedigreed animal is one that has its ancestry recorded. Often this is tracked by a major registry. The number of generations required varies from breed to breed, but all pedigreed animals have papers from the registering body that attest to their ancestry.
Pedigree is the name of the legal principle that allows a witness to testify as to his name and certain family details under the American and English common law concepts of evidence with no additional foundation. Otherwise, establishing the identity of the witness would waste much of the court (and the jury) 's time. Pedigree is, like many old rules of evidence, either a rule or an exception, depending upon how it is used.