progeny


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one descended directly from the same parents or ancestors

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

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Engle progeny cases arose from a 1994 class action case on behalf of Florida residents, and survivors of Florida residents, who were injured or died from medical conditions allegedly caused by addiction to smoking.
In the F x S cross, four out of 12 F sires produced ma and black color progeny with all the mated S females.
Longevity, numbers of larvae and adults produced to form the first progeny generation, and the survival rate (from larva to adult) and the sex ratio ([female]:[male]) of the first progeny generation were recorded and calculated with EXCEL (Microsoft Office Excel 2003).
Dylan Thomas managed progeny earnings of PS1,043,657, despite his likely flagbearer for the year Furner's Green dying after finishing a close and unlucky third in the Prix du Jockey Club.
The Bluefaced Leicester progeny group winner at Welshpool - three ewe lambs with their sire owned by Mr M Roberts
The team followed the fates of all the marked radial glia-like stem cells for at least a month or two, and discovered a year later that even over the long term, the 'mother' cell was still generating itself as well as different kinds of progeny.
Plant identification was performed through verification of the presence or absence of bands, considering those present in progeny plants, in only one of the pollen donors, and necessarily absent in the other paternal plants and in the maternal plant.
CONCLUSIONS: We conclude that despite having a low-responsive AHR, D2 progeny fed a diet similar to that consumed by most people are susceptible to TCDD and DMBA exposure effects blood glucose levels, mammary differentiation, and hepatic Cyp1 expression.
Through backcrossing, the researchers have produced progeny that also offer good productivity, vigor and adaptation.
The invention also includes all progeny and subsequent progeny (i.
The cytoskeletal network along the edge of the infected cells was enhanced and could be involved in transporting and expelling the progeny virus particles.
These are some of the financial products being test-marketed this year by Progeny Marketing Innovations of Nashville, Tenn.
In the beginning was Bianca, the unlikely progeny of vixen Erica Kane.
Second, a stem cell is unspecialized, but it can produce progeny that mature into the various cell types of, say, the brain or the immune system.