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lineage

[′lin·ē·ij]
(genetics)
Individual descended from a common progenitor.
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Traders and makers of all kinds of commodities have effected a revolution in the picture-world, never dreamed of by the noblemen and gentlemen of ancient lineage, and consistently protested against to this day by the very few of them who still remain alive.
To which Don Quixote replied, "She is not of the ancient Roman Curtii, Caii, or Scipios, nor of the modern Colonnas or Orsini, nor of the Moncadas or Requesenes of Catalonia, nor yet of the Rebellas or Villanovas of Valencia; Palafoxes, Nuzas, Rocabertis, Corellas, Lunas, Alagones, Urreas, Foces, or Gurreas of Aragon; Cerdas, Manriques, Mendozas, or Guzmans of Castile; Alencastros, Pallas, or Meneses of Portugal; but she is of those of El Toboso of La Mancha, a lineage that though modern, may furnish a source of gentle blood for the most illustrious families of the ages that are to come, and this let none dispute with me save on the condition that Zerbino placed at the foot of the trophy of Orlando's arms, saying,
Do not through delicacy reject the better man, and take the worst out of respect for his lineage, because he is of more royal blood.
I must attribute it, with your father, to the blood in my veins, although I would not impeach my lineage willingly; for it is all that is left me to boast of.
Novel flavivirus or new lineage of West Nile virus, central Europe.
Distribution of the four founding lineage haplotypes in Native Americans suggests a single wave of migration for the New World," American Journal of Physical Anthropolgy 98 (1995): 411-430; P.
BLC said total lineage at its Dallas Morning News shrank 3.
Second, in a series of complex and innovative studies, supported by wide reading in several disciplines, James argued that between 1500 and 1640 the North was transformed from a traditional lineage society embracing aristocratic, localist values, where elites often promoted disorder to cement their own authority, to a more modern, civil society, upholding values associated with the rule of law and centralized authority.
13 March 2018 - Canada-based cannabis cultivation facilities provider Lineage Grow Company Ltd.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers have identified the role of key gene Mesp1 in the earliest step of cardiovascular lineage segregation.
We obtained isolates from DOH and determined their lineage according to the phylogenetic tree developed by Bono et al.
The researchers generated a new transgenic line-allowing lineage tracing of ER+ luminal cells to investigate luminal cell heterogeneity and identify the origin of ER+ luminal cells and the mechanisms regulating their pubertal expansion and adult maintenance.