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Definition of Progenitors

Progenitor
Progenitor Pro*gen"i*tor, n. [OF. progeniteur, L. progenitor, fr. progignere, progenitum, to bring forth, to beget; pro forth + gignere to beget. See Gender kind.] An ancestor in the direct line; a forefather. And reverence thee their great progenitor. --Milton.

Meaning of Progenitors from wikipedia

- history) understands a progenitor to be the earliest recorded ancestor of a consanguineous family group of descendants. Progenitors are sometimes used to...
- concept is still evolving. The terms "progenitor cell" and "stem cell" are sometimes equated. Most progenitors are identified as oligopotent. In this...
- mythical progenitors. The Italians claimed ancestry from Italus, Lydians from Lydus, Phoenicians ****ociated with Phoenix, Sicilians legendary progenitor was...
- are proposed progenitors for type IIb supernovae, and almost all type IIb supernovae near enough to observe have shown such progenitors. Until just a...
- Fibroblast growth factor). The differential of pancreatic progenitors from hepatic progenitors is also notable, as Hhex1 (Hematopoietically expressed homeobox...
- supernova progenitors. Direct observation of a progenitor would provide useful constraints on supernova models. As of 2006, the search for such a progenitor had...
- multipotent progenitors, which give rise to ELP (or PRO) Prolymphocytes, early lymphoid progenitors, and finally to the CLP Common lymphoid progenitor, a cell...
- Grand Progenitor or Supreme Progenitor is an East Asian temple name. It may refer to: Taizu (disambiguation) - Chinese temple name Taejo (disambiguation)...
- originally titled Biographical Sketches of Joseph Smith, the Prophet, and His Progenitors for Many Generations and was published by Orson Pratt in Liverpool in...
- multipotent progenitors in the subventricular zone (SVZ). These cells migrate into the olfactory bulb. Depending on their origin in the SVZ, these progenitors give...