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genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
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Several structural and chemical components play vital role in building up genetic resistance in chickpea to AB.
Genetic resistance of three genotypes of goats to experimental infection with Haemonchus contortus.
If additional studies confirm that these genes have undergone selection and that human populations in the region have some genetic resistance to HIV-1, one could try to find additional genes in the population that may also be protective against HIV but have not yet been identified," he said.
For instance, we estimate that well over 20% of current plantings have genetic resistance to pod shatter compared to less than 10% five years ago.
Better understanding of the disease will be built through research and surveys, which will look not only for diseased trees but for those that show signs of genetic resistance to Chalara, to help identify genetic strains resistant to the disease.
If we can find those trees with genetic resistance to the disease and restructure our woodlands to make them more resilient.
We envision this as a potential functional cure for patients infected with HIV, giving them the ability to maintain a normal immune system through genetic resistance," said lead author Joseph Anderson, an assistant adjunct professor of internal medicine and a stem cell researcher at the UC Davis Institute for Regenerative Cures.
The tomcod living in the Hudson River have undergone a rapid evolutionary change in developing genetic resistance to PCBs, reported researchers from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), New York University (NYU), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
GENETIC RESISTANCE TO CLOPIDOGREL CAN BE OVERCOME BY DOSE.
Coverage includes natural models of production, plant susceptibility, genetic resistance, crop cultural practices, rescue treatments, protection from birds and mammals, designing the farm to reduce pests, diversity, crop rotation, identifying pests, and crop-by-crop pests and practices.
Whatever the specific problems, your hybrid tomatoes probably grow well because they provide genetic resistance, whereas most heirloom varieties are susceptible.

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