progenitors in English

noun
1
a person or thing from which a person, animal, or plant is descended or originates; an ancestor or parent.
his sons and daughters were the progenitors of many of Scotland's leading noble families
synonyms: ancestor forefather forebear parent primogenitor stirpsbegetter

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1. Cyclosporin-A potently induces highly cardiogenic progenitors from embryonic stem cells

2. You are the pioneers for both your progenitors and your posterity.

3. Acidophil cellsare the progenitors for both GH-producing somatotrophs and prolactin (PRL)-producing lactotrophs.

4. Antonyms for Consequents include antecedents, ancestors, family, predecessors, ancestries, descent, extraction, forebears, forefathers and progenitors

5. Antediluvian The Third Generation, better known as the Antediluvians, are the progenitors of the thirteen clans

6. As a consequence it might have been present in the putative progenitors of mitochondria.

7. Furthermore, the progeny of the isolated progenitors can express alpha-fetoprotein and/or albumin and/or CK19.

8. Among Joseph Smith’s progenitors were many who sought to know the true God in their day.

9. Chondrocyte and osteoblast are two primary cell types in the skeletal systems that are differentiated from common mesenchymal progenitors

10. Autochthonous entities are most notably present in Greek mythology and were often kings or progenitors of their people

11. Beige Adipocytes arise from de novo differentiation of adipocyte progenitors upon the first exposure to cold temperatures, while subsequent cold exposures trigger …

12. Because of the immense distances of most gamma-ray burst sources from Earth, identification of the progenitors, the systems that produce these explosions, is challenging.

13. Telomere shortening in Adipocyte progenitors, promoted by genetic Tert inactivation, is shown to compromise adipose tissue health and systemic metabolism, providing a possible mechanistic link

14. The term Anglo indian is defined as per the article 366 (2) of the Indian constitution; “a person whose father or any of whose other male progenitors in the male line is …

15. Here we resequenced the genomes of 40 cultivated Accessions selected from the major groups of rice and 10 Accessions of their wild progenitors (Oryza rufipogon and Oryza nivara) to >15 × raw data coverage.

16. His Royal Highness Appreciatively reminisced the legacies of Bahrain's progenitors who constituted an important chapter in the memory and history of Bahrain which will continue to guide the upcoming generations to learn from them allegiance, sincerity and love of the nation.

17. Basophil differentiation from myeloid progenitors is driven by IL-3 and their expression of IL-3R αchain (also known as CDw123) enables them to be distinguished from mast cells.Basophils make up less than 1% of leukocytes in humans but they are the only circulating leukocytes that

18. 1 added - posted in + LIBER ASTARTES +: THE Accipitres ASTRA Space Hawks CHAPTER NAME: High Gothic - Accipitres Astra Low Gothic - Space Hawks Colloquial - Grey Hawks, Grey Giants, Grey Guard FOUNDING: 26th - 738.M41 CHAPTER NUMBER: 986 GENE-SEED: Jaghatai Khan PROGENITORS: Unknown KNOWN …

19. Before the famed Australopithecus afarensis Lucy roamed the land of Ethiopia some 3.18 million years ago, one of her progenitors, an Australopithecus anamensis, met its demise in what is now the paleontological site of Woranso-Mille, in the Afar Region of Ethiopia.The discovery of the first known A

20. As nouns the difference between stem and Culm is that stem is the stock of a family; a race or generation of progenitors or stem can be while Culm is waste coal, used as a poor quality fuel; slack or Culm can be (botany) the stem of a plant, especially of grass or sedge

21. An Ancestral shrine, hall or temple (Chinese: 祠 堂; pinyin: Cí táng or Chinese: 宗 祠; pinyin: Zōng Cí, Vietnamese: Nhà thờ họ), also called lineage temple, is a temple dedicated to deified ancestors and progenitors of surname lineages or families in the Chinese tradition.Ancestral temples are closely linked to Confucian philosophy and culture and the emphasis that it places on