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transgenerational

(tranz″jĕn-ĕ-rā′shŏn-ăl) [ trans- + generational]
Having an effect on several generations of a family.
transgenerationally (′shŏn-ă-lē)
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Importantly, these ongoing observational and molecular investigations indicate that the epigenetic effects exist transgenerationally. Considerable effort is currently being put into determining the exact nature of the persistence.
Our project aims for a fine-grained understanding of the processes involving the Wampar that tend to produce and transgenerationally entrench inequalities, by relating them to the novel inequalities in Wampar social life that result from their initial encompassment of local organisations by Christian churches, capitalist enterprises and the state.
And sociopolitical arrangements are more difficult to manipulate transgenerationally. (The jury is still out regarding North Korea's endeavors in this direction.) And the abandonment of fashion can sweep matters of thought, creativity, and culture.
This study seeks to verify the ability of Caenorhabditis elegans olfactory imprinting to pass transgenerationally. C.
Strikingly, these effects of F0 exposure were transgenerationally transmitted to at least four subsequent generations in mice (Chamorro-Garcia et al.
High-fat diet reprograms the epigenome of rat spermatozoa and transgenerationally affects metabolism of the offspring.
Yet, an alternative and nonmutually exclusive possibility is that NMS might be a consequence of evolvability [10], whereby NMS information might be transgenerationally delivered to offspring encoded in APs, such as [alpha]S and A[beta], perhaps preventing the stresses relevant to NMS in offspring.
elegans, could function as a putative m6dA demethylase as the SPR-5 deficiency mutant elevates the level of m6dA transgenerationally [39], but further biochemical evidences are required to support the conclusion.
"I am indeed arguing that histories of violence can be put in a dialogic relationship with one another, thus creating a transferential dynamic for those who participate in, witness, or inherit those histories transgenerationally" (Schwab 29).
* To transform authentic movement into a springtime symbol and a mode of communicating inter-racial understanding, using the ancient African-Egyptian legend of the Maypole dance which represents renewed life and fertility both transgenerationally and cross-culturally.
Epigenetics is the study of changes in gene expression that does not involve modifications in the underlying DNA sequence: these changes may or may not be transgenerationally inherited.
Attachment schema have been shown to be transmitted transgenerationally [123, 124], and the maternal neurocircuitry template deployed in interpersonal interactions can be passed down also.