25 - F2 generation The process of selective inbreeding must...

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Index: GrowFAQ : What is an F1, F2, and IBL? Added by: MisterIto Last edited by: Team GrowFAQ Viewed: 872 times Rated by 17 users: 8.54/10 An IBL (inbred line) is a genetically homogeneous strain that grows uniformly from seed. A hybrid is a strain made up of two genetically unlike parents, IBL or hybrid. When you cross two different IBL strains for the FIRST time, it is called the F1 generation. When you cross two of the same F1 hybrid (inbreed), it is called the
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Unformatted text preview: F2 generation. The process of selective inbreeding must continue at least until the F4 to stabilize the recurrently selected traits. When you cross two specimens of an IBL variety, you get more of the same, because an IBL is homozygous, or true breeding for particular traits. Last modified: 19:35 - Nov 07, 2000 Quicklink: http://overgrow.com/growfaq/25 GrowFAQ © 2000-2004 Overgrow faq:25 "What is an F1, F2, and IBL?" Compiled by QMP3T...
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2009 for the course BIO 328 taught by Professor Roux during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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