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genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
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Genetic evaluation for persistency of lactation in Holstein cows using a random regression model.
Genetic evaluations of young natural-service bulls are often based on the average genetic potential of the parents and observations of the bull itself, and these estimates cannot be further improved in the absence of progeny data.
International genetic evaluation of dairy sires using a multiple-trait model with individual animal performance records.
The comparison between the LAM and RRM showed that the use of TD models for the genetic evaluation of animals resulted in more efficient use of available information as evidenced with the higher SD EBVs for the different groups of breeding animals.
Patients need to be educated about their risks and what to look for, and on the flip side, doctors need to be sure they are taking complete family histories and referring patients for genetic evaluation if any red flags are raised," Schiffman said.
This coordination includes promoting the integration of "-omics" data with large-scale phenotypic studies and the development of software to incorporate genome-level data into national and international genetic evaluation programs that support standards of interoperability, data validation, and quality assurance; and also promoting accessibility of the published data.
People undergoing ART rarely have a full genetic evaluation, I find," Dr.
Array CGH is used for the genetic evaluation of individuals with unexplained mental retardation and birth defects.
New breeding values were obtained from routine genetic evaluation of the traits for each performance test of an age cohort.
In addition, the study found that prescribers declined genetic testing in 25% of cases evaluated, while less than 10% of patients who were directly offered the genetic evaluation declined testing.
Case Presentation: A 56-year-old woman was referred for connective tissue genetic evaluation because of lifelong diffuse joint laxity, with fatigue and pain onset in her 40s.
Results of this research have found their way into many modern-day genetic evaluation programs worldwide.