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genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
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Since 75 percent of the world's population depends upon traditional, plant-based medicine, it is not only food security and genetic resistance that are dependant on diverse ecosystems.
Many farmers have had to spray incrementally more herbicides on GE acres in order to keep up with shifts in weeds toward tougher-to-control species, coupled with the emergence of genetic resistance in certain weed populations, the report concludes.
AM: What is FMC's long-term strategy for growth and profitability in a biotech world--for example, as biotech corn with genetic resistance to rootworms hits the market?
If you are getting a genetic resistance test (to see what mutations your virus has against HIV meds), make sure you are on your meds when the test is done.
Thomas Monath on yellow fever epidemics and yellow fever research in the last forty years, together with current World Health Organization bulletins on yellow fever, articles in the Lancet and the like clearly show that indigenous people in sub-Saharan Africa (including West Africa and west-central Africa-Angola) have no innate, or inherited, or genetic resistance to the disease.
After more than 10 years of screening sugareane cultivars for genetic resistance to RSD and conducting field tests, ARS researchers have found that RSD incidence is significantly lower in cultivars produced by the Canal Point screening program.
Peter Darby, head of research at HRI, said that 13 years ago his team of scientists found a strong source of genetic resistance to the hop aphid, a pest that attacks 95 per cent of world hop production.
It depends on the genetic resistance of the chicken (and the dose inhaled) as to what age they will become infected.
Any genetic resistance that does develop might be watered down by the continued presence of mite-infected commercial lives.
found that much more genetic resistance remained to be understood.
For example, he describes successes in breeding for durable resistance (that is, genetic resistance unlikely to be overcome by virulent new pest strains) and in developing productive, genetically diverse breeding populations from unadapted varieties.
Despite the feds' genetic resistance to change, there has been some reform.

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