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Citing a study titled aACAyPremature reduced ovarian reserve in daughters of consanguine unions', of which he is the lead author, he said, the second generation of consanguine parents has a significantly reduced ovarian reserve.
Patterns of settlement are based on a political and territorial division of consanguine groups, resulting in the appropriation of distinct micro- ecosystems, which means access to food resources.
The Muslim tendency for consanguine marriage suggests at the very least a subconscious effort to maintain their genetic as well as their religious distance from non-Muslims (Bundey et al.
one another furrowed their consanguine, averted faces.