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characterized by or fit for fertilization by pollen from another flower of the same kind

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pertaining to or characterized by the custom of marrying only within the limits of a clan or tribe

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The experiment was arranged in a split-plot randomized block design with four replications; the two endogamic generations ([S.
Indeed, Palestinians were relatively isolated in the first half of the 20th century due to their clannishness, particularly due to the practice of endogamic marriages (Gonzalez 1992; Amaya 1997).
Upon doing the real-time PCR analysis from the RNA obtained from the supernatants, we obtained data consistent with that reported in the literature, given that as in infection by other flaviviruses like West Nile Virus and Murray Valley Virus, the macrophages of the endogamic BALB/c strain produce the greatest number of viral copies, compared to an exogamic strain like ICR, where the number of viral copies is significantly lower (35).
And yet, if within Mansfield Park's narrative frame such matrimonial confusion appears to be virtually impossible, within the unframed "reality," or "life" as the field of forces, subjected to chance (rather than political program), expression (rather than repression), self-affirmation (rather than self-denial), contamination (rather than purification), openness (rather than closure), and ex/en-dogamic promiscuity (rather than endogamic fidelity), it would seem quite "natural," if not inevitable.
IS] data, where it was observed that the cultured populations HC1 and HC2 show a tendency to panmixia, whereas the HCq and HCh cultured populations were slightly endogamic.
The vivarium population is composed mainly of colonies of animals generated by inbreeding crosses and, as a result, highly endogamic (called inbreed).
Thus paideia is seen to be responsible for the creation of an endogamic society in the multicultural world of the Roman empire, and for the creation of a relationship along the lines of do ut des, in which "elites from across the eastern empire joined with Rome in the management of its empire, and in turn received Rome's support for their position and privileges, as long as they helped ensure peace and tranquility within their respective cities and avoid civic problems" (p.
Obtain deeper knowledge of small scientific communities to serve their needs and to make them cooperate with other communities more easily, by taxing endogamic communities.
For the latter author, the danger is that these terms may be no more than mirages, since many of the territories considered by the chroniclers as a single jurisdiction can be compared with certain configurations of contextual alliances, which the ethnological literature has called multicommunity clusters, regional complexes or endogamic networks (Sztutman 2005:281).
The problem is that endogamic practices being carried out in commercial laboratories result in a reduced production of shrimp larvae by reproductive females and in the reduction of the survival of larvae and even in the reduction of postlarvae survival in outgrowing facilities.
Considering the strategic endogamic tendencies, which led to marriages within the same trade, as well as to the handing down of skills and occupations to descendants, a woman, or several women in the same family, could often have husband, father, brothers, and even children, all away at the same time.
As a result, we analyzed the HLA-DNA polymorphism of DRB1* and DQB1* alleles in individuals from three different ethnic origins: mestizos, amerindians (wayuu) and two afro-colombian population from Palenque Bolivar, an endogamic subpopulation living near to Cartagena de Indias and from Baru a similar populations living in a island in front Cartagena de Indias.