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  1. Hymenoptera (2532 bytes)
    19: ...ives. Diploid males are known to be produced by inbreeding in many ant, bee and wasp species.
  2. Cheetah (6461 bytes)
    36: ...ht that they went through a prolonged period of [[inbreeding]] following a [[genetic bottleneck]] during the l...
  3. Extinction (15793 bytes)
    32: ... the number of reproducing individuals and make [[inbreeding]] more frequent. The [[founder effect]] can caus...
  4. Tiger (11674 bytes)
    39: ...extreme risk from [[habitat fragmentation]] and [[inbreeding]]. In Vietnam, almost three-quarters of the tiger...
    46: ...y viable]], subject to potentially catastrophic [[inbreeding]]. By far the largest subspecies, with males exce...
  5. Budgerigar (5000 bytes)
    23: ...re more very prone to genetic diseases because of inbreeding.
    27: ...cousins in Australia and America, due to years of inbreeding to change their size and features) and the indivi...
  6. List of dog breeds (16959 bytes)
    1: ...ctively bred for thousands of years, sometimes by inbreeding dogs from the same ancestral lines, sometimes by ...
  7. Dachshund (8129 bytes)
    101: ...rtunately, some of these colors require extensive inbreeding to obtain; double dapples are often born eyeless ...
  8. Bernese Mountain Dog (5406 bytes)
    66: ...ers contain stillborn young (a major indicator of inbreeding depression).
  9. Dog (69384 bytes)
    207: ...ing [[Genetic disorder|genetic defect]]s due to [[inbreeding]].<!--Pages 57 to 72, Chapter Four, "Hereditary P...
    381: ....dogbreedinfo.com/inbreeding.htm Pros and Cons of Inbreeding]
  10. Boston Terrier (4553 bytes)
    50: ...n crossbred with Boston Terrier lines to minimize inbreeding in what is necessarily a small gene pool.
  11. English Setter (5213 bytes)
    64: ... developed his own strain of the breed by careful inbreeding during the 19th century in England and to another...
  12. Mixed-breed dog (14915 bytes)
    29: ...rts. In some cases this might be true, because [[inbreeding]] among purebreds has made some breeds prone to v...
  13. Shar Pei (3490 bytes)
    51: A common problem caused by irresponsible inbreeding is excessive wrinkling that causes an eye conditi...
  14. Ecology (24417 bytes)
    99: ...In small populations, [[inbreeding|consanguinity (inbreeding)]] can result in reduced [[genetic diversity]] th...
  15. Cheetahs (6461 bytes)
    36: ...ht that they went through a prolonged period of [[inbreeding]] following a [[genetic bottleneck]] during the l...
  16. Florida Panther (10551 bytes)
    26: ...vigorous than pure Florida panthers and excessive inbreeding is averted.
  17. Siberian Tigers (2579 bytes)
    20: ...y viable]], subject to potentially catastrophic [[inbreeding]].
  18. Tigers (12435 bytes)
    39: ...extreme risk from [[habitat fragmentation]] and [[inbreeding]]. In Vietnam, almost three-quarters of the tiger...
    46: ...y viable]], subject to potentially catastrophic [[inbreeding]]. By far the largest subspecies, with males exce...
  19. Vicunas (3821 bytes)
    29: ...enting intraspecial competition, it also prevents inbreeding which can cause a population bottleneck in endang...
  20. Tibetan Mastiff (7227 bytes)
    67: ...ed is still uncommon. The breed has suffered from inbreeding over many generations because of the small number...

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