Demonstration #2 – With a Coefficient of Inbreeding that low, why is he so homozygous?

One of the wonderful things about the new DNA-based tools available to breeders is the ability to assess dogs not based on probabilities, but on actual genes. COI, the famous Coefficient of Inbreeding, was invented in 1922 by Sewall Wright, and it served dutifully for a many decades. It is a probability calculation, however, and
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Natalie Green Tessier

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