Genet Genetical

Genetic

Meanings and phrases

genetic

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adj.
  1. occurring among members of a family usually by heredity; familial; hereditary; inherited; transmitted; transmissible
  2. pertaining to or referring to origin
  3. of or relating to the science of genetics; genetical
  4. of or relating to or produced by or being a gene; genic; genetical

genetic abnormality

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n.
  1. a disease or disorder that is inherited genetically; genetic disease; genetic disorder; genetic defect; congenital disease; inherited disease; inherited disorder; hereditary disease; hereditary condition

genetic code

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n.
  1. the ordering of nucleotides in DNA molecules that carries the genetic information in living cells
E.g.
  • Degeneracy is the redundancy of the genetic code.
  • The genetic code was expressed into proteins.
  • Of these, 20 are encoded by the universal genetic code.

genetic constitution

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n.
  1. the particular alleles at specified loci present in an organism; genotype

genetic counseling

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n.
  1. guidance for prospective parents on the likelihood of genetic disorders in their future children

genetic defect

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n.
  1. a disease or disorder that is inherited genetically; genetic disease; genetic disorder; genetic abnormality; congenital disease; inherited disease; inherited disorder; hereditary disease; hereditary condition

genetic disease

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n.
  1. a disease or disorder that is inherited genetically; genetic disorder; genetic abnormality; genetic defect; congenital disease; inherited disease; inherited disorder; hereditary disease; hereditary condition
E.g.
  • TSC is a multisystem genetic disease with mutation in either TSC1 or TSC2 gene.
  • Environment plays a major role in effects of the human genetic disease phenylketonuria.
  • This product is used to treat a rare human genetic disease linked with mutations in the EDA1 gene.

genetic disorder

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n.
  1. a disease or disorder that is inherited genetically; genetic disease; genetic abnormality; genetic defect; congenital disease; inherited disease; inherited disorder; hereditary disease; hereditary condition
E.g.
  • CIE is an autosomal recessive genetic disorder.
  • Color blindness is typically an inherited genetic disorder.
  • Males only have one X chromosome and therefore express the genetic disorder.

genetic endowment

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n.
  1. the total of inherited attributes; heredity

genetic engineering

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n.
  1. the technology of preparing recombinant DNA in vitro by cutting up DNA molecules and splicing together fragments from more than one organism; gene-splicing; recombinant DNA technology
E.g.
  • No genetic engineering was being conducted.
  • There are proposals to use genetic engineering to control cane toads in Australia.
  • However, some broad definitions of genetic engineering include selective breeding.

genetic fingerprint

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n.
  1. biometric identification obtained by examining a person's unique sequence of DNA base pairs; often used for evidence in criminal law cases; DNA fingerprint

genetic fingerprinting

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n.
  1. the procedure of analyzing the DNA in samples of a person's body tissue or body fluid for the purpose of identification; genetic profiling

genetic map

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n.
  1. graphical representation of the arrangement of genes on a chromosome

genetic marker

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n.
  1. a specific gene that produces a recognizable trait and can be used in family or population studies

genetic mutation

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n.
  1. (genetics) any event that changes genetic structure; any alteration in the inherited nucleic acid sequence of the genotype of an organism; mutation; chromosomal mutation
E.g.
  • It is an example of a cat body type genetic mutation.
  • Initiation is where the first genetic mutation occurs in a cell.
  • Metabolic myopathies are generally caused by an inherited genetic mutation.

genetic profiling

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n.
  1. the procedure of analyzing the DNA in samples of a person's body tissue or body fluid for the purpose of identification; genetic fingerprinting

genetic psychology

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n.
  1. the branch of psychology that studies the social and mental development of children; developmental psychology; child psychology

genetic science

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n.
  1. the branch of biology that studies heredity and variation in organisms; genetics

genetic screening

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n.
  1. analyzing a group of people to determine genetic susceptibility to a particular disease

genetic diversity

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E.g.
  • Eugenic policies may lead to a loss of genetic diversity.
  • DNA analysis of the New Zealand bees showed they lacked genetic diversity.
  • rRNA gene primers were used to test "Neobodo"’s global distribution and genetic diversity.

genetic material

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E.g.
  • The capsid encloses the genetic material of the virus.
  • Some genetic material enters the cells and transforms them.
  • Certain viruses also insert their genetic material into the genome.

genetic variation

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E.g.
  • The cause of genetic variation was unknown at the time.
  • Sex usually increases genetic variation and may increase the rate of evolution.
  • Taking that work further, he helped pioneer the field of genetic variation in hypertension.

genetic testing

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E.g.
  • Bioinstrumentation can be used for genetic testing.
  • Molecular genetic testing is also an option.

genetic information

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E.g.
  • The genetic information transferred is often beneficial to the recipient.
  • This system provided the first clear suggestion that DNA carries genetic information.
  • Transmission of genetic information in genes is achieved via complementary base pairing.

genetic studies

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E.g.
  • Two more recent genetic studies (Shinde et al.
  • This was later confirmed by genetic studies.
  • and "Racosperma", which was underpinned by later genetic studies.

genetic analysis

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E.g.
  • A genetic analysis from Chaubey et al.
  • Cytogenetic techniques may be able to detect inversions, or inversions may be inferred from genetic analysis.
  • Blue-fin hybrids have also been detected from genetic analysis of whale meat samples taken from Japanese markets.

genetic study

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E.g.
  • Another genetic study by Yelmen et al.
  • Although this split is generally accepted, a genetic study indicates that "Hypsolebias" is not monophyletic.
  • A 2017 genetic study proposes that coyotes were originally not found in the area of the eastern United States.

genetic disorders

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E.g.
  • It falls within a group of genetic disorders called the leukodystrophies.
  • Zellweger spectrum disorders are a group of autosomal recessive genetic disorders.
  • The gain or loss of DNA from chromosomes can lead to a variety of genetic disorders.

genetic drift

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E.g.
  • Rather, their genetic distinctiveness is a result of centuries of low population size, genetic drift and endogamy.
  • Pathogenic organisms are thought to undergo genome reduction due to genetic drift, rather than purifying selection.
  • Both Kulubnarti samples show some isolation from other Nubians and Egyptians, suggesting genetic drift at the site.

genetic factors

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E.g.
  • However, genetic factors failed to explain condition dependence in females.
  • It is thought that environmental, toxic, viral, or genetic factors may be involved.
  • Both environmental and genetic factors appear to contribute to reading development.

genetic differences

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E.g.
  • Both populations look very similar but they have significant genetic differences.
  • Nevertheless, there are some distinctive genetic differences between plants and other organisms.
  • In this manner, genetic differences between plants were separated from environmental influences.

genetic evidence

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E.g.
  • Most forensic evidence, including genetic evidence, is scientific evidence.
  • The genetic evidence indicates that "Avena barbata" came to both Argentina and California from south west Spain.
  • Up until the genetic evidence became available, there were two dominant models for the dispersal of modern humans.

genetic research

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E.g.
  • However recent genetic research indicates that this deer belongs to the Manchurian subspecies.
  • NIOSH also conducts genetic research on sensitization and CBD, independently of this collaboration.
  • He was an early proponent of the need for measured genetic research on smoking and nicotine addiction.

genetic markers

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E.g.
  • He used classical genetic markers to analyse DNA by proxy.
  • DNA testing can give a definitive diagnosis, but not all the genetic markers for CMT are known.
  • Associations between genetic markers and political behavior are often assumed to predict a causal connection between the two.

genetic mutations

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E.g.
  • A minority of cancers are due to inherited genetic mutations.
  • This subfamily is united solely on the basis of shared genetic mutations.
  • Known genetic mutations are directly linked to a small proportion of cases.

genetic basis

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E.g.
  • Olivopontocerebellar atrophy is hereditary, but has an unknown genetic basis.
  • Clive Stace describes this as having "direct access to the genetic basis of evolution."
  • There is some evidence of a genetic basis for all types of depression, including dysthymia.

rare genetic

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E.g.
  • He is best known for his work in caring for children with rare genetic diseases.
  • Her research focusses on the rare genetic disorder biallelic mismatch repair deficiency.
  • Enolase deficiency Enolase Deficiency is a rare genetic disorder of glucose metabolism.

genetic diseases

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E.g.
  • There are several genetic diseases of concern to Quarter Horse breeders:
  • He is best known for his work in caring for children with rare genetic diseases.
  • Frameshift mutations may result in severe genetic diseases such as Tay–Sachs disease.

genetic data

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E.g.
  • Changes are likely to occur as new morphological and genetic data become available.
  • However, based on morphology, genetic data and distribution "Afrololigo"was recognised as a distinct monotypic genus.
  • Once considered the same as the European green toad, molecular genetic data now firmly support its status as a separate species.

genetic makeup

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E.g.
  • Intrinsic antibacterial resistance may be part of the genetic makeup of bacterial strains.
  • These personality trait, both positive and negative, can be associated to one's genetic makeup.
  • Her genetic makeup was determined to be 89% Sub-Saharan African, 8% Native American, and 3% East Asian.

genetic variants

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E.g.
  • Several genetic variants of the human POR gene impact epoxygenase activity.
  • Gene flow may slow this process by spreading the new genetic variants also to the other populations.
  • HPLC (High Performance Liquid Chromatography) can detect certain genetic variants and potential liver diseases affecting CDT.

human genetic

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E.g.
  • Environment plays a major role in effects of the human genetic disease phenylketonuria.
  • This product is used to treat a rare human genetic disease linked with mutations in the EDA1 gene.
  • The HVP concept was conceived by Richard Cotton, a leader in the field of human genetic variation.

genetic relationship

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E.g.
  • No modern breeds have any known genetic relationship with extant dogs.
  • He supported the hypothesis of a genetic relationship of the Basque and Georgian language.
  • It argues for a north–south linguistic genetic relationship between Chinese and Austronesian.

genetic and environmental

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E.g.
  • Aggression in cattle can arise from both genetic and environmental factors.
  • Autism is associated with a combination of genetic and environmental factors.
  • Dyslexia is believed to be caused by the interaction of genetic and environmental factors.

genetic resources

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E.g.
  • species, habitats and genetic resources.
  • The agreement covers all ecosystems, species, and genetic resources.
  • Forest genetic resources represent a specific case of plant genetic resources.

genetic modification

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E.g.
  • Besides beagles, genetic modification has also been done in pigs and fish.
  • However, genetic modification for conservation in plants remains mainly speculative.
  • GFP and other similar reporting genes allow easy visualization and localization of the products of the genetic modification.

genetic variability

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E.g.
  • The plant is also at risk for reduced genetic variability.
  • This maintains genetic variability in a species that is otherwise highly inbred.
  • Blue whale also displayed a high degree of genetic variability (i.e., heterozygosity).

genetic predisposition

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E.g.
  • A genetic predisposition may exist.
  • gender, genetic predisposition), social and cultural factors (e.g.
  • Hypersensitivity to the sun may be experienced due to genetic predisposition.

genetic condition

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E.g.
  • He has a genetic condition that affects his bones and their growth.
  • Aspartylglucosaminuria is a genetic condition that is inherited from both parents.
  • She was born with the rare genetic condition aniridia, resulting in low vision which deteriorated as a teenager.
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