Our mission is to support an increase in human consciousness and encourage research that will visibly reveal our archetypal energies and structures to humans.
Here on Skyground we try to clarify the roles that we archetypes play in shaping human personalities and civilizations. We know we can all do better, creating foundations that individuate identities while retaining the fact that we are all connected.
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CHROMATID: Each of the two identical halves of a replicated chromosome. They are considered as 2 sister-
CHROMATIN: DNA + structural protein; unshaped DNA in a cell before cell-
CHROMOSOME: A threadlike structure of nucleic acids and protein (a DNA molecule) in the nucleus of cells, representing the genetic material (genome) of the individual. Chromosomes are "shaped" only just prior to dividing and are often called chromatin when "loose", unshaped.
CLONE: An identical copy of another entity, produced asexually
CONCEPTION: In humans, fertilization of an egg cell (ovum) by a sperm cell to produce a zygote → embryo → fetus
DIPLOID: A cell or nucleus that contains 2 complete sets of chromosomes – one set from each parent. Haploid gametes fuse at fertilization to conceive a diploid zygote
EJACULATION: Release of sperm in semen from the testes of an adult male
EMBRYO: The second stage of development of an unborn offspring in a human pregnancy, from the 5-
FETUS: The third stage of development of an unborn offspring in a human pregnancy, from 9 weeks after fertilization of the egg cell by the sperm cell, until birth NOTE: Timing varies.
GAMETES, GAMETIC: Gametes are reproductive cells (eggs/ova=female gametes) or (sperm=male gametes) which develop in the gonads (testes of males and ovaries of females).
GAMETOGENESIS: The production of egg (ovum) and sperm cells by meiosis
GENDER: The physical, biological sex of a human
GENE, GENETIC: a coding sequence (of nucleotides) in the DNA or RNA of a molecule.
GENOME: The genetic material of an organism which includes both the genes (the coding regions) and the non-
GERM CELLS: Gametes, or embryonic sex cells with potential to become gametes. They contain half the number of chromosomes of a somatic cell and are able to unite with a gamete from the opposite sex to form a new individual.
GESTATE, GESTATION: The development-
GONADS: Reproductive organs of males (testes) and females (ovaries) in which the gametes (sperm and eggs) are produced