Inbred

A normally cross-pollinated plant that has been self-fertilised.

Inbred

• (a.) Bred within; innate; as, inbred worth. • (imp. & p. p.) of Inbreed
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inbred

adjective produced by inbreeding
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Inbred

In'bred` adjective Bred within; innate; as, inbred worth. ' Inbred sentiments.' Burke.
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inbred

Denoting populations (groups, genetic lines, etc.) descended over several generations almost exclusively from a small set of ancestors, and hence having a high rate of consanguinity, often occult. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Inbred

descriptive of offspring of mated dogs that are closely related to each other.
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Inbred

Inbred is a true breed offspring of plants ofthe same breed or ancestry.
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Inbred

Inbred is a true breed offspring of plants ofthe same breed or ancestry.
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Inbred

offspring of closely related parents
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Inbred

The result of inbreeding, or reproduction by closely related plants or animals.
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Inbred

The result of inbreeding, or reproduction by closely related plants or animals.
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inbred

Type: Term Pronunciation: in′bred Definitions: 1. Denoting populations (groups, genetic lines) descended over several generations almost exclusively from a small set of ancestors, and hence having a high rate of consanguinity, often occult.
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inbred

[adj] - produced by inbreeding
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