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ancestral

Logic a relation that holds between x and y if there is a chain of instances of a given relation leading from x to y. Thus the ancestral of parent of is ancestor of, since x is the ancestor of y if and only if x is a parent of…a parent of…a parent of y
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Integrative methylome, transcriptome, and chromatin accessibility analyses in both somatic tissue and germline of animals ancestrally exposed to TBT suggest that TBT may exert its transgenerational effects by eliciting changes in nuclear architecture.
In this project, we did not detect any ancestrally shared haplotypes/alleles between C.
Haplotypes around intronic rs1021261 in the LUZP2 gene were genome-wide significantly associated with the intelligence in an ancestrally homogeneous family sample of individuals with at least one child affected by attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) [15].
This is largely due to the growing social conflict associated with these people today, as well as the current concern about the legitimacy or legality of the dominant models of economic growth, which privilege the extraction of natural resources without the prior consultation or consent of the populations settled in the territories of extraction or of the indigenous peoples that ancestrally inhabit these territories, a situation that poses growing risks to the very existence of the Yaqui tribe.
In light of this critique, the aim of this paper is twofold: On the one hand, the author defends phenomenology against Meillassoux's main argument, the so-called argument from ancestrally. On the other hand, the author argues that this argument, albeit unsuccessful in its original form, can be modified to pose a more serious threat.
In this situation, any such fear is irrational since group marks are not zero-sum, yet ancestrally, they were; food and status, for instance.
In the African diaspora, yes, outside of the traditional rites of passage rituals in Africa, I had come through an ancestrally directed rite of passage, had crossed over from one level of self-discovery to a deeper level.
Given such cultural independence and the focus upon the Ancestrally created world among Yol[eta]u, Frances and Howard Morphy (2013a, 2013b) question the explanatory power of theories regarding the intercultural.
Admixed populations are not ancestrally homogeneous but rather are populations with ancestry from more than one parental population [2,3].
inextricabilis was a dinosaur species that lived about 160 million years ago and belonged to the theropod group, whose members were ancestrally carnivores, as well as the precursor to birds.
The focus of the book is on three villages ancestrally linked to the current-day Alaskan Native community--Qavinaq, Kashunak, and Old Chevak.