Other geneticists in a sentence
1. Other geneticists criticise the Zhivotovsky method.
2. However, other geneticists place the Germanic estimate up to half.
3. Genetic analysis performed by Erik Thorsby and other geneticists in 2007 revealed genetic markers of European and Amerindian origin that suggest that the Rapa Nui had European and Amerindian contributions to their DNA during or before the early 1800s.
4. Other geneticists have found evidence for four separate populations, carrying distinct sets of non-recombining Y chromosome lineages, within the traditional Mongoloid category: North Asians, Han Chinese, Japanese and Southeast Asians.
5. Other geneticists have found evidence for four separate populations, carrying distinct sets of non-recombining Y chromosome lineages, within the traditional Mongoloid category: North Asians, Han Chinese, Japanese and Southeast Asians.
6. A 2011 study by Oleg Balanovsky and a number of other geneticists showed that the Y-DNA haplogroup J2a4b* (a subclade of J2, located mainly in the Middle East, Caucasus and Mediterranean) was highly associated with Nakh peoples.
7. This was, in part, motivated by assertions by other geneticists that more than 50 percent of Drosophila loci were heterozygous, a claim they initially doubted.
8. Brzustowicz and other geneticists at Rutgers are currently organizing a project to collect a new sample of families chosen for both autism and a history of language impairment in non-autistic family members in order to conduct a genome scan.
9. This was very much in tune with William Bateson's own beliefs, and Bateson's views on this topic were accepted by many other geneticists worldwide, including Theodosius Dobzhansky.
10. This technique opened new ground for Snyder and other geneticists to test patients with other heritable conditions for PTC sensitivity, in hope of finding linkage groups: the presence of two genes sufficiently close to each other on a chromosome such that the inheritance of one trait indicates a high probability of inheriting the other.
11. The genetic symbol proposed by F. B. Hutt in 1958 to designate this autosomic dominant gene was Hf (after "hen feathering") which was accepted by other geneticists.
12. On the basis of these and similar findings by other geneticists, the hypothesis was elaborated by historical linguist George van Driem in 2010 that the teaching by a mother of her spouse's tongue to her children is a mechanism by which language has preferentially been spread over time.
13. Adding to the controversy, other geneticists were unable to reproduce the results of her research.
14. Adding to the controversy, other geneticists were unable to reproduce the results of her research.
15. Other geneticists such as J. B. S. Haldane did not even recognize that species were real, while Sewall Wright ignored the topic, despite accepting allopatric speciation.
16. Thompson and other geneticists in Canada were advocating for more comprehensive genetic services and a wider application of medical genetics, which led to the formation of the Canadian College of Medical Genetics in 1976.
17. Solomon Grigorievich Levit (6 July 1894 – 29 May 1938) was a Soviet physician, and human geneticist of Jewish origin who was executed during the Stalinist purges along with other geneticists who opposed Trofim Lysenko.
18. He was among the founding figures of genetics within the early days of the Soviet Union and held a high status within the communist party but when Soviet genetics entered a power struggle, he was targeted for his ideas in eugenics which led to the sidelining of his career although he was not executed like several other geneticists during the purges under Stalin.
- the Zhivotovsky method
- a lexicostatistical comparison
- 36 languages
- loan words
- internal branching
- increased contact
- the Bahnaric and Katuic languages
- such that languages
- the geographically distant Munda
- greater similarity
- those branches
- any noticeable innovations
- the conservative view
- the thirteen branches
- current evidence
- this proposal
- good evidence
- a Khasi–Palaungic node
- an early offshoot
- an additional branch
- a Vieto-Katuic connection
- a deeply nested structure
- Proto-Austroasiatic speakers
- the central Mekong river valley
- that Nicobarese subgroups
- A subsequent computational phylogenetic analysis
- the Austroasiatic language family
- Austroasiatic branches
- a loosely nested structure
- a completely rake-like structure
- an east–west division
- a western group
- the other branches
- computational phylogenetic linguistics
- recent archaeological findings
- his Mekong riverine hypothesis
- the subsequent Mekong riverine dispersal
- the initial arrival
- Neolithic farmers
- the Neolithic transition era