Thesaurus / progeny

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Humans aren’t quite as obviously coprophagous, yet even we pass microbes to our progeny.

Moreover, when the innate immune cells divide, they pass on these epigenetic DNA bookmarks to their progeny.

Their hope was to use this experiment to prove that milk from the bulls’ female progeny was nutritionally equivalent to milk from non-edited stock.

During an infection, progeny can form groups of viral particles that have a mix of mutations.

In that we’re all eating the genetic progeny of the original Chicken of Tomorrow.

The little girls were in the habit of carrying her progeny all about the place and always brought them back in safety.

Thus in four generations the progeny of Jacob increased from twelve persons to three millions.

The BibleJohn E. Remsburg

The object of the enjoyment of women is twofold, viz., pleasure and progeny.

Numerous observations have been made upon the progeny of parents belonging to hybrid generations beyond the first.

I have almost a superstitious faith in lucky generals, and a corresponding prejudice against unlucky ones, and their progeny.

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