- adj.遗传的; 基因的; 起源的，起因的; 演变的;
- 副词: genetically;
genetic and environmental factors
a genetic predisposition to liver disease
The offspring contain a mixture of the genetic blueprint of each parent.
Scientists have used genetic engineering to protect tomatoes against the effects of freezing.
These are genetic disorders that only affect males normally. They are things like muscular dystrophy and haemophilia.
Genetic abnormalities are more often associated with faults in paternal DNA than in maternal DNA.
Genetic engineers transpose or exchange bits of hereditary material from one organism to the next.
These compounds bind with genetic material in the liver.
DNA is the genetic material inside every cell that carries the blueprints for everything from hair color to the risk of cancer.
Scientists provided the key to understanding the genetic code that determines every bodily feature.
Cystic fibrosis is the most common fatal genetic disease in the United States.
Both of them were afflicted with a rare genetic disease, which struck in their thirties.
The whole population is so inbred that no genetic differences remain.
Scientists have found a genetic mutation that appears to be the cause of Huntington's disease.
We can use genetic engineering techniques to isolate the gene that is responsible.
Eye colour shows your genetic inheritance.
It's very difficult to treat genetic diseases.
Researchers are gradually deciphering the genetic structure found in the cells of organisms.
Aside from a thorough medical family history, there is no need to offer any genetic testing on the basis of consanguinity alone.
A generation ago genetic codes were certainly unknown.
Sexual reproduction can bring about genetic commingling.
Finally, the genetic algorithms model is verified by its application on engineering project.
The total value of their nuclear genetic contribution was 76.
This is a rare genetic disease.
Autism is a spectrum of disorders apparently stemming from genetic and environmental causes.
Take the AFM, a French patient advocacy group that focuses on ignored genetic diseases.
The genetic background of seed hardness is very complicated in pomegranate.
The scientist confirmed the snake was a previously unknown species after conducting a genetic analysis of tissue samples.
Human control of fire goes back far enough (over a million years) that evolution could have produced a genetic leaning towards fire as a central aspect of human life.
A concern of psychological scientists is the extent to which all of these characteristics are influenced by nature and nurture(养育), by genetic makeup and the environment.
The genetic change in the stork species.
a basis for explaining human genetic diversityan aid to understanding different populationsan explanation for social and cultural differencesa term to describe individual human characteristicsmodern genetics research is likely to fuel racial conflictsrace is a poorly defined marker of human genetic diversityrace as a biological term can explain human genetic diversitygenetics research should consider social and cultural variablesit is absolutely necessary to put race aside in making diagnosisit is important to include social variables in genetics researchracial categories for genetic diversity could lead to wrong clinical predictionsdiscrimination against black people may cause negligence in clinical treatmentThey be more precise with the language they use.
Michael Yudell, a professor of public health at Drexel University in Philadelphia, said that modern genetics research is operating in a paradox: on the one hand, race is understood to be a useful tool to illuminate human genetic diversity, but on the other hand, race is also understood to be a poorly defined marker of that diversity.
It turned out that Watson and Venter shared fewer variations in their genetic sequences than they each shared with Kim.
In one example that demonstrated genetic differences were not fixed along racial lines, the full genomes ( ' , 基因组 ) of James Watson and Craig Venter, two famous American scientists of European ancestry, were compared to that of a Korean scientist, Seong-Jin Kim.
Assumptions about genetic differences between people of different races could be particularly dangerous in a medical setting.
This DNA can reveal genetic information about only one or two ancestors, even though, for example, just three generations back people also have six other great-grandparents or, four generations back, 14 other great-great-grandparents.
Critics also argue that commercial genetic testing is only as good as the reference collections to which a sample is compared.
Humanity has the necessary agro-technological tools to eradicate hunger, from genetically engineered crops to artificial fertilizers.
1. tending to occur among members of a family usually by heredity;
"an inherited disease"
"genetically transmitted features"
2. of or relating to or produced by or being a gene;
3. of or relating to the science of genetics;
1. 表名词,"人或科学"; 2. 表形容词,通常放在名词后,表示"与……相关的,……的"; 3. 表名词,"某种药或医学有关"