endogamic


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Adj.1.endogamic - characterized by or fit for fertilization by pollen from another flower of the same kind
phytology, botany - the branch of biology that studies plants
2.endogamic - pertaining to or characterized by the custom of marrying only within the limits of a clan or tribe
anthropology - the social science that studies the origins and social relationships of human beings
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This policy of strengthening criteria for journal coverage also created unfortunate endogamic processes and ended in the death of nearly half of all Colombian journals.
Under this arrangement, each woman was required to attach herself to a man within the endogamic circle in a quasi-marriage arrangement in which sexual activity was allowed--until she finally got married outside her endogamic circle.
and by adding some comments that illustrate their future progeny and explain with which dam a specific bull's semen should be used, or not used (to avoid endogamic diseases in the offspring).
The third n-5 subgroup displays the same endogamic tendencies but incorporated an author from another institution.
Courtois, Shen, Petalcorin, Carandang, and Mauleon (2003) studied a population of endogamic lineages from the cross between the varieties IAC 165 (O.
According to the same survey, French-Turks are very endogamic (endogamy is marriage within the group, while exogamy is the marriage of two people from two identity groups).
As reported by COLCIENCIAS, despite the significant growth of the national scientific production, it is also evident that most of the publications in the IBN Publindex have low visibility and impact in the international community for being almost entirely of endogamic character.
Hrothgar advances Beowulf as the possible heir to the throne and strengthens the exogamic relations at the expense of his endogamic kinship bonds.
Family and kinship relations, endogamic marriages and initial seclusion and isolation from the host society all helped to consolidate Palestinian businesses, which focused on retail import and export throughout the North Coast, and to accumulate and concentrate economic capital within the community (Gonzalez 1992; Euraque 1996 y 1998).
When no major abnormalities are observed, endogamic depression is detectable as it results in low fertility and growth rates (Charlesworth and Willis, 2009).