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ancestor

an early type of animal or plant from which a later, usually dissimilar, type has evolved
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Visitors can come and meet the Ancestry team at the stand, where the usual look-up terminals, information/ member support and the Ancestry shop can be found.
the leading personal genetics company, today announced the publication of a study that pinpoints fine-scale differences in genetic ancestry of individuals from across the United States.
In this study we demonstrated that genetic ancestry influenced lung disease in 5,493 minority children, Burchard said.
Ancestry DNA testing allows you to establish crucial information about your ancestry in order to produce a concise ancestry map.
Using 22 reference populations, the feature indicates what percent of a person's ancestry comes from various regions around the world.
Certain other entities are reportedly questioning the amount of the offer, in the belief that Ancestry.
It is being run in partnership with South Tyneside Local Studies and Northumbria University and Durham and Northumberland Ancestry.
The With one in four of us being related to members of the aristocracy, the new partnership between Ancestry.
An ancestry question was first used in Australia in 1986.
Using data from the 2006 Australian population census, this paper examines the extent of intermarriage by birthplace and ancestry in Australian society.
GLENDALE - Those of Armenian ancestry form the largest ethnic group in Glendale - overshadowing other groups by at least twice as much - and continue to be the largest source of immigrants to the city, according to 2000 Census figures.