syngeneic

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syngeneic

[‚sin·jə′nē·ik]
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In contrast, other studies have concluded that resorption is an artifact of a laboratory environment, as replicate chimeras made with isogeneic subclones showed resorption when reared in the laboratory, but not in the field (Chad-wick-Furman and Weissman, 1995, 2003).
The presence of multiple bdr alleles and bdr subfamilies within isogeneic [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] speculation that there may be differential expression at either the subfamily or in level, possibly in response to environmental stimuli (46).
These life-history attributes, in turn, promote tissue contacts between isogeneic (self) and allogeneic (nonself) conspecifics (Grosberg 1988) and often lead to intense intraspecific competition for space (Buss 1990).
In isogeneic combinations, the number of tunic cells was almost constant among the quadrates, regardless of the distance from the contact site (Fig.
A drawback of the present study is that we could not set up, as controls, undissected pairs of isogeneic colonies, to determine whether isogeneic contact affects fitness.
When two sponge tissue fragments from the same individual are adjoined, isogeneic recognition occurs, and the fragments fuse.
Separation of loci underlying resistance to SDS and SCN in near isogeneic lines.