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genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
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However, this map was not saturated, more additional markers and larger population needed to be used to construct a much more comprehensive genetic map of Phalaenopsis.
Having identified significant differences in the root system characteristics, genomic analysis was then performed by constructing a genetic map and QTLs detection for such characteristics.
Li (2011) Enrichment of a common wheat genetic map and QTL mapping for fatty acid content in grain.
McMullen is a co-principal investigator of the project and leads genetic map construction of the NAM population--conducting gene sequencing, population development, genetic assays, and measuring plant traits in the field.
nobilis, cross-species amplifications of microsatellites were able to compensate for the lack of marker needed for genetic map construction.
and Digital map) as well as one statistical map (Authors map) in addition to our basic genetic map.
Although a number of the FPCs containing overgo hybridizations were located on the genetic map by sequence similarity of the unigene sequences to RFLP or SSR loci on the IBM map, or by the BAC pooling strategy (Yim et al.
The genetic map will greatly speed their hunt for genes that increase yield, protect against disease and pests, or provide drought-resistance in rice and other cereal crops.
This study provides the first estimated genetic map length in the eastern oyster: 858.
In addition, $792 millions worth of research funding was announced coordinated by the Campinas Agroeconomic Institution (IAC), to identify the genetic map of coffee.
A genetic map gives the relative positions of genes--or other markers that follow inheritance patterns--on a chromosome.
Yamanouchi, a major Japanese drug manufacturer, is the second Japanese company to sign a database access contract with Celera, a private firm based in Rockville, Maryland which completed the human genetic map last year.