1progenie feminine formal
- A clustered mutation means that two or more progeny of a family inherit the same mutation.
- The definitions are more relevant to plants, since our phenotyped progenies may commonly be as far as six or seven generations from their parents.
- Chromosome counting was carried out on the 16 aberrant plants of the 1999 progeny.
- What fate befell their progeny in the flood remains to be seen.
- While performing this experiment, we discovered almost a hundred sources of male sterile cytoplasm, which were distinguished by their overwhelming frequency of male sterile plants in segregating test progenies.
- The entire progeny issued from a cross on a petri dish was recovered on its lid.
- He has since made his presence felt by producing quality, easy calving progeny.
- These heifers guarantee high quality progeny that will grade well and will be sought after by the marketplace.
- Among these viable progenies, plants with 28 chromosomes (13 ring bivalent + 1 rod bivalent) were identified.
- To some extent, plants may target dispersal of progeny toward favorable habitats.
- Plants resistant to the selective antibiotic were propagated and the progeny was selected twice.
- It is clear that the measure of damages arises from the animal itself, not from its future progeny.
- The critical question is: How can plants determine the vigour of their progeny?
- Mr Kelly said that of particular interest for the visitors to the farm were the first time calvers and their progeny.
- How many fathers get thrown in jail for failing to ensure that their progeny attend school regularly?
- Plants for mutagenesis were the progeny of one pair of plants from this inbred population.
- They will know that the progeny of these dogs is absolutely genuine and that there is no falsifying of records.
- The progeny are usually sold as registered lambs or yearlings of both sexes.
- When poor people lose any hope for their future, the only hope left will be invested in their progeny.
- The owner can also look forward to years of income from stud fees, at least until it is discovered whether the progeny can run as well as the father.