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Humans domesticated dogs from wolves more than 15,000 years ago, but researchers disagree about whether that happened in Europe, East Asia, the Middle East or elsewhere. A team led by Adam Boyko at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, analysed the genomes of 549 free-breeding village dogs from around the world, as well as 4,676 pure-bred dogs belonging to 161 breeds. Genome-wide patterns of ancestry in the village dogs hint at a central Asian origin for domestic dogs, followed by population expansions in East Asia.




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Background: Many factors influence genetic diversity in the domestic dog. Much of the genetic diversity of the earliest dogs has been retained in populations of free-ranging, free-breeding village dogs, but in contrast, modern purebred dogs, which derive from breeding in closed populations with limited gene flow, exhibit reduced genetic heterogeneity and/or diversity. Inbreeding, artificial selection for performance and/or type, and geographic isolation, among other factors, also affect genetic diversity within present-day dog breeds.


In 2016 with guidance from the Zhejiang CDC, the village committee of Xuexiazhuang led villagers to investigate mosquito breeding sites and mosquito density in the village and used scientific mosquito management measures to begin MFV construction. Thousands of bottles, cans, vats, trashes, and other water containers were cleared, roads with potholes were repaired, and ditches were dredged throughout the village. About 40 households converted their pit toilets into sanitary toilets, and more than 10,000 bamboo poles were removed from the bamboo forests around the village. Villagers installed three solar mosquito traps in the green belt to help eliminate mosquitoes. A science exhibition hall on mosquito knowledge has been built to provide health education for villagers.


Interested in making your favorite Minecraft village larger? The only way to do this (without cheats) is to make your villagers start breeding. That helps you build out a village and can eventually lead to more trading opportunities and other advantages.


Unlike for other breedable mobs, villager breeding cannot be forced. However, the player can provide ideal accommodations (beds and food) to make the process efficient. The decision for a villager to show heart particles depends on how "willing" a villager is to mate. If two villagers nearby are willing at the same time, they meet and spawn a baby villager in between them, like other passive mobs. There are many factors of willingness, but it depends mostly on the food that the player feeds the parents. To feed villagers, the player must throw the food to them, and let them obtain it in their inventory. A villager requires 12 food points to be considered ready to breed. Below is a table indicating the number of points for each food item. Any mix of the items mentioned can be used as long as they total at least 12 points.


Willingness can be increased if the player trades with the villagers. Also, a farmer villager can throw excess food to other villagers. So, if the farmer has free access to crops, and they are within range of a village, then that village can support the autonomous feeding of villagers.


There are more parameters to willingness than just the food villagers have. Villagers take a census of the population of their village about every minute [verify], comparing their population to the number of available beds. They become willing only if the population is less than 100%. This depends on the number of beds. There must be at least one bed for each villager, and each bed must be reachable by some villager. If there is an excess of beds, villager breeding commences.


A historical note: The current breeding mechanics were instituted by the the Village & Pillage update; where the population limit is now set by number of beds, formerly it was set by the number of doors in the village, where there were various rules defining a valid door (roughly, there had to be an identifiable "inside" and "outside").


If the farmer is too busy collecting crops, it may take longer to get baby villagers. Increasing the amount of breedable villagers within the farm (by keeping bred babies inside), helps to solve that problem as well as increase breeding speed in general. 041b061a72


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