epigene


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epigene

[′ep·ə‚jēn]
(geology)
A geologic process originating at or near the earth's surface.
A structure formed at or near the earth's surface.
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Speleogenesis in continental settings occurs in two diagenetic settings, which is based on the characteristics of the soluble fluids: 1) epigene and 2) hypogene (e.
Second, epigenes can be passed on in the Off position, to successive generations.
03), as well as of the 8-year-olds of the meta-analyzed MeDALL and BAMSE EpiGene samples (p = 0.
I suggest that the factor that makes the difference is the epigene, which originates at the level of hayyah.
Based on results to date in model systems, we believe that an EpiGene vaccine has the potential to induce CTL responses that are more potent and target more epitopes than vaccines using whole proteins or genes.
Among the local people there was Apollodorus, whom I mentioned, Critobulus and his father, also Hermogenes, Epigenes, Aeschines and Antisthenes.
De los de la tierra, estuvo este Apolodoro [del que se acaba de hablar], y Critobulo y su padre, y ademas Hermogenes, Epigenes, Esquines y Antistenes.
The same applies to the fate of the young lover, Epigenes, the object of serial sexual assault by three old women as their plans come to fruition.
For example, there appears to be evidence of prions that are associated with disease (see Zaitsev article in November-December 2009 ABT) and epigenes that appear to surround our DNA (see Stein article in April 2012 ABT).
1 Anaximander 2 Anaximenes 3 Philolaus 4 Epigenes 5 Goldschmidt 6 W.
La introduccion de las concepciones cuantitativas y mecanicas en biologia que se observan, primero en el gran descubrimiento de la circulacion de sangre de Harvey (1628), los esfuerzos cartesianos por explicar este fenomeno en terminos exclusivamente mecanicos (1648) hasta las fuertes y extendidas discusiones sobre el preformismo y la epigenes.
33) The personae of the Phaedo include: Apollodorus of Phaleron; Critobolus, son of Crito; Crito of the deme Alopece; Hermogenes (probably Callias' brother); Epigenes, son of Antiphon; Antisthenes, son of Antisthenes; Ctesippus of the deme Paianias; Menexenus, son of Demophon; Phaedo; Simmias and Cebes, brothers from Thebes; Euclides of Megara; Terpsion of Megara; and Phaedonidas.