Lineages sentence example

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  • Others were de image, that is to say, bound to take their lord from certain lineages.
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  • The current release consists of over 3300 COGs, from 43 complete genomes, representing 30 major phylogenetic lineages.
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  • These myeloid malignancies result from transformation of an HSC and are associated with expansion of one or more haematopoietic lineages.
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  • Determining the evolutionary changes in MCPH genes through the primate lineages to lower mammals.
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  • Both males and hermaphrodite seam cell lineages are affected although the hermaphrodites do not exhibit any obvious gross morphological phenotype.
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  • Controversy exists as to whether myeloma and AML originate from a single haematopoietic progenitor or arise from different cell lineages.
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  • Within different genetic lineages of F. graminearum unique trichothecene mycotoxin chemotypes exist.
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  • For non-Christian ceremonies, it may symbolize a union of lineages and/or nature as well as the union of the new couple.
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  • These lineages have been kept in meticulous detail throughout the years.
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  • There are many experts who have already done the legwork, studied the ancient texts and constructed the lineages for you.
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