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a group consisting of those descended directly from the same parents or ancestors

one descended directly from the same parents or ancestors

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The study, published in the scientific journal PEERJ, suggests that this extra help means the females do not need to provide as much food to offspring at the nest and may save energy.
USA], Nov 9 ( ANI ): Mothers-to-be, you may want to avoid using plastic-packaged products as according a recent study a chemical used in them may cause health problems for your offspring.
1998) and on indicators of semen quality of offspring at adulthood (Petrochelli Banzato et al.
He reported on 1,635 participants in the Offspring cohort of the Framingham Heart Study who were normotensive when they enrolled in the prospective study beginning in 1972.
Concerning mother's smoking, the research found more offspring asthma if the mother smoked around pregnancy, consistent with previous studies, Medical Daily reported.
My first song to dust off from the long and rich history of popular music is 'Self Esteem' by The Offspring.
Children of depressed parents have a three-fold increased risk of major depression or anxiety, according to recent findings from a 30-year study of biological offspring of high-risk (depressed) and low-risk (non-depressed) parents.
Extensive work demonstrates that egg incubation environments affect offspring phenotypes, but very few studies have explored the effects of natural incubation conditions.
Despite strong public and political pressure, the Commission falls short of proposing restrictive rules on food derived from clone offspring
Mice raised in an environment that encourages curiosity, exploration, social interaction, and physical activity produce offspring that are less stressed, have brain changes that promote memory and learning, and have higher birth weights compared with offspring from mice raised in isolation or conventional laboratory cages.
com)-- Offspring, a mobile app developer, today announced the launch of its iPhone app created by parents for parents.
The research shows that passively coping offspring of mothers stressed during their pregnancy were at risk to develop obesity and type 2 diabetes.
The study, published online in Biological Psychiatry, suggests that stress caused by chronic social instability during youth contributes to epigenetic changes in sperm cells that can lead to psychiatric disorders in female offspring across multiple generations.
An increasing number of researches support the idea that exposure to stressful conditions can influence the sexes of offspring produced by humans; a majority of which document significantly fewer males after exposure to adverse conditions such as severe life events, economic disruption (1, 2); but natural disasters such as cardiovascular disease was not assessed.
The failure of the regulatory process means there is no meaningful oversight for products from the offspring clones, other than voluntary food industry commitments, and no labelling requirements for products of clones or their offspring.