The Natural History of Inbreeding and Outbreeding: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives by The University of Chicago Press (Paperback, 1993)

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Inbreeding, the mating of close kin, and outbreeding, the mating of distant relatives or unrelated organisms, have long been important subjects to evolutionary biologists. The studies, including theoretical and empirical work on wild and captive populations, demonstrate that many plants and animals inbreed to a greater extent than biologists have thought, with variable effects on individual fitness.