Gave Rise

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Eukaryota - Origin of Eukaryotes - Hypotheses For The Origin of Eukaryotes - Chimeric Models
... (like Thermoplasma which is sulfidogenic in nature) gave rise to the present day eukaryotes ... Spirochetes gave rise to the motile features of eukaryotic cells ... (host) with an alpha-proteobacterium (the symbiont) gave rise to the eukaryotes ...
Madison (cycling) - History - The Name Madison and Madison Cycle Racing
... would remain a critical crossroads throughout the city's history — after its demise the site gave rise to a park, in turn named Madison Square, which remains today ... Madison Square in turn, gave rise to the names of Madison Avenue and Madison Square Garden, the latter taking the name of its original location adjacent to Madison Square ... Both Gardens were prominent cycling venues, which gave rise to the track cycle racing that ultimately carried their name — and thereby became an indirect tribute to James Madison ...
History Of Writing - Locations and Timeframes - Iron Age Writing
... This alphabet gave rise to the Aramaic and Greek alphabets ... The Greek and Latin alphabets in the early centuries of the Common Era gave rise to several European scripts such as the Runes and the Gothic and Cyrillic alphabets while the Aramaic alphabet ...
... (a paraphyletic species) is a species, living or fossil, that gave rise to one or more daughter species without itself becoming extinct ... Geographically widespread species that have given rise to one or more daughter species as peripheral isolates without themselves becoming extinct (i.e ... bear is a well-documented example of a living species that gave rise to another living species ...
Tornoceratidae - Taxonomy
... Tornoceratinae in turn gave rise to Aulatornoceratinae and Falcitornoceratinae ... Aulatornoceras gave rise to Truyolsoceras and Polonoceras, which gave rise to Armatites, Kirsoceras, and Pernoceras, which gave rise to Pseudoclymenia ...

Famous quotes containing the words rise and/or gave:

    Compassion brings us to a stop, and for a moment we rise above ourselves.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    Let us dismiss, as irrelevant to the poem per se, the circumstance ... which, in the first place, gave rise to the intention of composing a poem that should suit at once the popular and the critical taste.
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849)