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Cloning for reproduction would produce an identical twin younger than his or her progenitor.
Any critique that doesn't reference the progenitor misses the obvious.
The history of life is often represented by a tree, with each existing species evolving directly from a single progenitor species.
This, in turn, would be evidence of a common progenitor.
Researchers are instead using neural progenitor cells in fetal brain tissue, which are in the early stages of brain development.
We thought maybe these bone progenitor cells are driving down a decision path.
Paleontologists can't tell how close any particular specimen was to the progenitor of the primates.
Periodic disruption and change is the progenitor of diversity, stability and abundance.

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