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
To determine whether spatial segregation of lineages
varied over time, we replicated our spatial segregation analyses incorporating time.
In addition, private interests within the lineage
also had their parts to play, and theft and embezzlement were not uncommon.
Shenhui was so successful in this endeavor that the vast majority of Chan lineages
since that time have traced themselves back to Huineng rather than Faru, Shenxiu, or Xuanze.
Elucidation of the cellular, molecular, and biochemical and sensory processing mechanisms governing the proliferative, regenerative, lineage
determination, and developmental capacities of these sensory cells and tissues.
Abundant data from the Ming dynasty onward enable Szonyi to survey the historical evolution of lineages
through ancestral halls, where agnatic kinsmen perform rituals before the ancestors' spirit tablets.
Among other species, cell lineages
have been described only to a limited extent in Microcyema vespa and Pseudicyema truncatum (Lameere, 1919; McConnaughey, 1938; Schartau, 1940; Nouvel, 1947; Bogomolov, 1970; Lapan and Morowitz, 1975).
Because until recently there had been no breeding between the three lineages
, offspring from crosses between lineages
will be free of inbreeding.
Its significance indicates that the slopes of individual lineages
Up to 8 lineages
of WNV, based on genetic differences, have been proposed (7,2) (Table 1).
It argues that many of the tropics' species-rich lineages
originated there and were slow in colonizing the temperate zones that have killer winters.
15) These lineages
, or haplogroups, are defined by specific restriction fragment length polymorphisms and base pair deletions.