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Even weirder, the source of these proteins relies on viral genes domesticated eons ago by our own genome through evolution.Surprise! Our Bodies Have Been Hiding a Trojan Horse for Gene Therapy|Shelly Fan|August 24, 2021|Singularity Hub
Unlike their domesticated counterparts, the wolf puppies spent 12 to 24 hours a day in human care from about 10 days after birth up to and throughout the testing period.Puppies beat out young wolves in one important skill|Monroe Hammond|July 26, 2021|Popular-Science
Until now, SibFox was the closest anyone in the US had gotten to receiving a domesticated fox.
In fact, dogs are such great friends that humans probably domesticated them not once, but twice.
In those boxes lay samples from 148 species and 41 genera of domesticated plants collected from 109 countries.The Botanist Who Defied Stalin - Issue 99: Universality|Lee Alan Dugatkin|April 21, 2021|Nautilus
Humans spent a long time domesticating cattle, and what they were trying to do, in essence, was de-domesticate them.
As Sandra Bullock has found out, any attempt to domesticate them will end in a resounding failure.
By marginalizing certain political tendencies, the European approach makes it harder to domesticate them.
I know a pretty woman from a plain one, I hope, even though I dont personally want to domesticate the recording angel.The Romance of His Life|Mary Cholmondeley
The hunter is thought to have been seized, one fine day, with an impulse to domesticate animals instead of hunting them.Elements of Folk Psychology|Wilhelm Wundt
His place was well named for he was a great horticulturist, the first to domesticate the Catawba grape.A Portrait of Old George Town|Grace Dunlop Ecker
They have now begun to domesticate certain species of Meliponas, by introducing them into earthen pots or wooden cases.The Insect World|Louis Figuier
They seem somewhat like the buffalo and other wild animals that we have never been able to domesticate.Seventy Years on the Frontier|Alexander Majors