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genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
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A comprehensive genetic map of the human genome based on 5264 microsatellites.
After that, we perform a transformation process, by stemming capital nucleotides, turning them into lower-case nucleotides, and search for them as B (Body) nucleotides within the genetic map.
To develop such high-density genetic maps, studies have focused on the identification of single-nucleotide substitutions because they are the most abundant form of sequence variation in the human genome (Cooper et al.
Our male genetic map is composed of 19 linkage groups and female genetic map is composed of 20 linkage groups.
The study to map the human genetic map, known as the genome, found that of three billion DNA letters making up a human, only 10,000 account for the difference between two people.
A new consortium of high-powered medical researchers is looking at the genetic map of prostate cancer, the most common male cancer, which affects nearly 40,000 men each year in the UK.
OXFORD University is after the blood of people born on Anglesey - to produce a genetic map of the UK.
A rough sketch of the genetic map for man's best friend reveals that dogs have more genetically in common with humans than mice do.
Hefted sheep are imprinted with a genetic map of the shape and limits of their territory.
Now, however, researchers have constructed the first genetic map to span the entire genome of the laboratory rat, Rattus norvegicus.
Armed with the genetic map scientists now hope to identify the genes which are creating the resistance to traditional treatments.