Agenetic


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Agenetic

Referring to agenesis.
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But especially in cases with variations, the branching pattern and distribution of the moderately or well-developed vessels supplying the territory of the agenetic vessel were not evaluated.
They distinguish between two polar worldviews, agenetic and communal.
Every 30 minutes, a baby is born with agenetic disorder and every day five families receive the devastating news that their child has cancer, when more than three out of every 10 will die.
AGENETIC engineering is normal, if you think that it is normal for a fish to have sex with a tomato - and for us to then eat the offspring.