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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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Yet, might I presume to say so, the gem would make a rare sepulchral lamp, and would display the glories of your lordship's progenitors more truly in the ancestral vault than in the castle hall.
When I speak of the "earliest accounts I possess of my progenitors," authentic information is meant only; for, like other races, we have certain dark legends that might possibly carry us back again to the old world in quest of our estates and privileges.
The embarkation, or shipment of my progenitors, whichever may be the proper expression, occurred in the height of the last general war, and, for a novelty, it occurred in an English ship.
Though the youngest of their number could not much have passed the period, that, in the nicer judgment of the law, is called the age of discretion, he had proved himself so far worthy of his progenitors as to have reared already his aspiring person to the standard height of his race.
MiMedx PURION Processed dHACM effectively recruits circulating and progenitor cells.
com/research/6l52c9/strategic) has announced the addition of the "Strategic Development of Neural Stem & Progenitor Cell Products - 2014 Update" report to their offering.
Pinpointing a progenitor star at exactly the same location as a Type Ib supernova was the best way to test the theories about the genesis of this type of explosion," Kasliwal said.
A new way of changing induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) into hematopoietic control and progenitor cells for in vivo modeling has been reported by a panel led by investigators in the Boston Children's Hospital's Stem Cell Transplantation Program.
Researchers led by neurologist and stem cell biologist Steven Goldman and neurobiologist Maiken Nedergaard of the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York implanted into the brains of newborn mice cells called human glial progenitor cells.
Full of captivating characters and well-staged battles that should keep readers engaged and make them look forward to further Progenitor tales.
Progenitor and stem cell technologies and therapies.
In particular, toxic metals promote the oxidative stress in stem cells and progenitor cells.