The geographic differences and temporal trends in the relative frequencies of lineages
The two known diploid lineages
of Lasaea are restricted in their distribution to Australia and are morphologically distinct from their polyploid congeners.
Any children she bears belong to her lineage
and inherit from their maternal kin.(16) Upon death, a male is succeeded by his sister's sons.
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All predictions made by SNPIT across all the subspecies, lineages
, and sublineages were consistent with the maximum-likelihood phylogeny for all isolates in the validation set (Table 1).
However, it remained unclear how the various progenitors can be distinguished at the molecular level, and what molecular mechanisms promote specification into a particular heart region or cardiac lineage
However, they were nonetheless coterminous with the latter before the rise of the lineage
: important tutelary deities were not monopolized by one kinship group, their cults were seldom exclusive, and a great variety of surname groups were involved as its advocates, members, managers, and devotees.
Concerning the dependent-lineage systems, the genome of the queen of the hosts is one of two distinct genetic lineages
, but workers produced by both types of maternal colonies are F1 hybrids, suggesting that detection of intruders by workers may be similar for colonies within a particular system (i.e., J1-J2) regardless of maternal lineage
The effect was particularly strong during the mass extinction at the end of the Cretaceous period, when clam lineages
with the highest 'background' rates of extinction during more normal times were hardest hit.
We defined 26 Y-chromosomal lineages
by typing 44 Y-chromosomal polymorphisms in 362 males from four different ethnic groups from Madagascar and 10 potential ancestral populations in Island Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
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