Noun(1) the immediate descendants of a person
(1) It is clear that the measure of damages arises from the animal itself, not from its future progeny .(2) Mr Kelly said that of particular interest for the visitors to the farm were the first time calvers and their progeny .(3) Plants for mutagenesis were the progeny of one pair of plants from this inbred population.(4) When poor people lose any hope for their future, the only hope left will be invested in their progeny .(5) The critical question is: How can plants determine the vigour of their progeny ?(6) How many fathers get thrown in jail for failing to ensure that their progeny attend school regularly?(7) These heifers guarantee high quality progeny that will grade well and will be sought after by the marketplace.(8) The progeny are usually sold as registered lambs or yearlings of both sexes.(9) A clustered mutation means that two or more progeny of a family inherit the same mutation.(10) They will know that the progeny of these dogs is absolutely genuine and that there is no falsifying of records.(11) To some extent, plants may target dispersal of progeny toward favorable habitats.(12) the progeny of mixed marriages(13) Chromosome counting was carried out on the 16 aberrant plants of the 1999 progeny .(14) shorthorn cattle are highly effective in bestowing their characteristics on their progeny(15) He has since made his presence felt by producing quality, easy calving progeny .(16) Plants resistant to the selective antibiotic were propagated and the progeny was selected twice.
1. offspring ::
2. young ::
5. sons and daughters ::
6. family ::
7. brood ::
11. issue ::
12. seed ::
13. fruit of one's loins ::
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