In linguistics, genetic relationship is the usual term for the relationship which exists between languages that are members of the same language family. The term genealogical relationship is sometimes used to avoid confusion with the unrelated use of the term in biological genetics. Languages that possess genetic ties with one another belong to the same linguistic grouping, known as a language family. These ties are established through use of the comparative method of linguistic analysis.
Two languages are considered to be genetically related if one is descended from the other or if both are descended from a common ancestor. For example, Italian is descended from Latin. Italian and Latin are therefore said to be genetically related. Spanish is also descended from Latin. Therefore, Spanish and Italian are genetically related. In a similar way, Swedish and Norwegian are genetically related through the North Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family.
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This is particularly exciting as genetic and isotopic analysis of the teeth might be able to shed some more light on the people who sailed this ship some 2,000 years ago ... This array of objects hints that it was most likely a trade ship. ... It remains a mystery why this incredible object was on the ill-fated ship, however.
“So if we say we’re not gonna buy things that are genetically modified and sprayed with petrochemicals, then put on a truck in a ton of plastic and shipped to our house, because we’d rather have them today than in three days, I think we’d change a lot of companies’ mindsets.”.
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LEDCO CEO and PresidentWayne Mansfield previously said the company will build a “high-tech” facility that is essentially a genetics lab that incubates and hatches breeder chicks that are shipped all over the world, under the brand names Arbor Acres, Indian River and Ross.
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