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genitor

the biological father as distinguished from the legal father.
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This is simply because in such a case the genitor (and his kin and affines) will not have negotiated bridewealth and the genetrix will still be attached to her father's sa'o.
Irregular chromosome segregation, characterized by precocious chromosome migration to the poles at metaphases (Figure 1b and f), laggard chromosomes at anaphases (Figure 1c and g), leading to micronuclei formation at telophases (1c, d, e, and h) and tetrads (Figure 1i) were recorded in all the hybrids and their genitors in different amounts.
The plot is a complex intercontinental "quest for the father" which inexorably transforms itself into a manhunt where said "father" turns out to be a murderous, unnatural genitor.
Similarly, most cultures try to ensure that every child have a pater, a father who assumes full responsibility for the child, even if he is not the biological genitor who actually sired the child.
0L pots, where they remained until they were transferred to the fields at the end of spring 2011, along with their genitors.
Progenies that have the Aromas cultivar as one of their genitors resulted in more adaptability to local environment conditions.
The knowledge of the existing variability among the available material is essential to genetic breeding, and allow the plant selection to be used as genitors in the breeding program (COINTRY et al.
To breeding programs, the multivariate approaches available may be used, mainly, forthe identification of potential genitors to crossings with higher heterotic effect (Karasawa et al.
Energy is stored during 2 stages of development: (1) during the embryonic development, when genitors provide endogenous reserves to the eggs (Bayne 1973, Helm et al.
1] plant obtained from the cross between the varieties of upland rice (tropical japonica subspecies) IAC 165 and BRS Primavera, composed by 148 families and its two genitors.