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noun affinity, agnation, ancestry, breed, brethren, brood, children, clan, cognation, common ancessry, consanguinity, derivation, descent, ethnic group, family connection, family relationship, family tie, family tree, filiation, genealogical tree, genealogy, gentility, genus, heredity, heritage, issue, kind, kindred, kinsfolk, kinship, kinsman, kinsmen, kinswoman, line, lineage, nationality, next of kin, offspring, one's people, parentage, pedigree, propinquity, relations, sanguis, stock, strain, ties of family, tribe
Associated concepts: blood heirs, blood issue, blood relatives, full blood, half blood, mixed blood
Foreign phrases: Consanguineus est quasi eodem sannuine natus.A person related by consanguinity is, as it were, one born from the same blood. Pueri sunt de sannuine parentum, sed pater et mater non sunt de sannuine puerorum. Children are of the blood of their parrnts, but the father and mother are not of the blood of their children.
See also: ancestry, bloodline, descent, lineage

BLOOD, kindred. This word, in the law sense, is used to signify relationship, stock, or family; as, of the blood of the ancestor. 1 Roper on Leg. 103; 1 Supp. to Ves. jr. 365. In a more extended sense, it means kindred generally. Bac. Max. Reg. 18.
     2. Brothers and sisters are said to be of the whole blood, (q. v.) if they have the same father and mother of the half blood, (q. v.) if they have only one parent in common. 5 Whart. Rep. 477.

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The reference group (n = 197) included all patients who had no metabolic abnormalities and who had blood lactate concentrations within our in-house age-related reference interval (13).
The incremental protocol for the determination of LM started after an 8-min recovery period from S200, which was used to elevate the blood lactate level.
Blood lactate levels before training at all stages were less than 1 mol/L and all stages experienced the greatest increase in blood lactate immediately after training (p< 0.
Notably, this increase was associated with a reduction of the blood lactate levels, suggesting that changes in the sublingual region could reflect ongoing systemic changes.
carried out the test on a healthy subject according to the method of Threatte and Henry (2), who describe the procedure as follows: "Laboratory diagnosis of McArdle disease is made by applying a blood pressure cuff on an exercising forearm and sampling blood lactate one minute after the exercise has begun".
Each stage was separated by a 10-second rest period, during which capillary blood samples were obtained from the earlobe (25 [micro]L) and analyzed for blood lactate concentrations (YSI 1500 Sport, Yellow Springs Instruments, Yellow Springs, OH).
Its use has been associated with a significant but transient increase in blood lactate concentration, but no attributable mortality difference when compared with noradrenaline (12, 13).
The study found that the mares who received Microhydrin antioxidant in their feed had more than 13% lower blood lactate levels when they reached a fatigued state.
Accordingly, the LMT intensity is assumed to be a valid test to estimate the maximal lactate steady state intensity and it is determined by a lower blood lactate value from the polynomial relationship between blood lactate and exercise intensity measured during the incremental exercise phase (Morel and Zagatto, 2008; Zagatto et al.
Effect of respiratory alkalosis on blood lactate and pyruvate in humans.
Blood lactate levels, which some researchers believe are linked with anxiety attacks, decline markedly.
Yet, though lactate accumulation is associated with muscle fatigue, at least two studies have found that, during repeated sprints, a faster removal of blood lactate does not necessarily imply a faster recovery of performance.