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a written record of ancestry

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The influenza A(H5N1) virus genealogical tree notably contains long side branches; some lineages (mostly comprising hemagglutinin sequences from Southeast Asia, Africa, and southern Asia) persist for years.
The trees suggest to Marvell the pedigrees, the genealogical trees of Fairfax and Vere, two "ancient stocks" united by marriage.
He and Muir Eaton of Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, worked backward along a genealogical tree of grackle relatives to reconstruct the history of male and female color differences.
Botanists have been building a case for more than a decade that Amborella trichopoda is the only known survivor of a plant lineage that branches off at the very base of the genealogical tree of living flowering plants.
Chris Simon of the University of Connecticut in Storrs and colleagues pooled DNA data collected during 30 years to create a bizarre but beautiful genealogical tree of Magicicada's evolutionary history.
Genealogical trees, full index, several pages of photographic plates and many b&w illustrations included.
The book is divided into an introduction, nine chapters, an epilogue, a conclusion, appendices (designating the known merchants involved in Yemeni trade, genealogical trees of merchants and administrators, and administrators in Aden), maps from the Rasulid texts, a forty-five-page bibliography, and indices of placenames, individuals, peoples, and a thematic breakdown of the contents.
The resource is user-friendly and under its comprehensive reference and links section, carries glossaries, abbreviations, chronologies, genealogical trees and diagrams.
Talvet's search for deeper sources of humanity can be seen in his allusions to genealogical trees, memory, and origins, to everything that could provide a meaning for being at home in a deeper spiritual-mystical sense.
I am fascinated to realize the few degrees of separation--Kevin Bacon style--between any dancer in the similar, sometimes overlapping, genealogical trees of classical ballet and modern dance.
SeniorNet members are expected to use their Pentium 75 MHz Acer Aspires to trace genealogical trees, start home businesses, plan finances, manage investment portfolios, do banking, research the latest health and medical data, stay in touch with grandchildren and write memoirs.
1) And yet they are of major concern to the researcher, especially if his or her main topic is kinship and hence the tracing of genealogical trees.
Printed on high-quality glossy paper, several essays include brilliant plate reproductions of documents, paintings, and several genealogical trees.
He includes an etymology of Semitic and Afrasian terms of an intellectual/spiritual nature, notes on the importance of this etymology for interpreting the Bible, and genealogical trees of world and Afrasian languages.
Finally, these individuals are placed in context via 27 genealogical trees and are described in short biographies.
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