The law of prepotency comes into action when species are crossed, as with races and individuals.
But this epoch of Ghibelline prepotency in Tuscany was brief.
Sturm, prepotency of transmission of characters in sheep and cattle, ii.
But the Noveschi were by no means prepared to relinquish their prepotency.
The curious phenomenon known as prepotency would seem also to be quite in accordance with the conception.
The truth of the principle of prepotency comes out more clearly when certain races are crossed.
Wilson, Dr., prepotency of the Manx over the common cat, ii.
In the two previous chapters, when discussing reversion and prepotency, I was necessarily led to give many facts on crossing.
Thus, we necessarily select the only trait really worth while; that is prepotency or the ability to beget desirable qualities.
It is in this power of prepotency that one of the chief benefits from the use of a pure bred sire or dam arises.