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genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
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It occupies a unique status among the Drosophila species because of certain unusual genetical features (Singh 2010).
Urinary tract infections associated with multidrug resistant enteric bacilli, characterization and genetical studies.
The importance of genetical link in immuno-mediated dermatoses: psoriasis and vitiligo.
For example, an approach called genetical genomics simultaneously takes into consideration both the gene-expression and gene-sequence (QTL) information to narrow the set of possibly involved genes down to a smaller set based on convergent results (Farris et al.
We decided to split the money into three giving pounds 5,000 to Breast Cancer Wales, pounds 5,000 to the genetical cancer section at Glan Clwyd as well as pounds 5,000 to the hospital's cancer unit.
The projected plant silhouettes are alive from a digital seed that contains the genetical data of its family, they grow affected by the actual measured rainfall and sunshine, move directly on actual wind, and throughout the day turn along with the sun.
Allegedly Dr Afridi was inoculating hepatitis vaccine with syringes and was collecting blood samples in the neighbourhood for genetical investigations.
However, Vainstein and his colleagues spliced the wormwood enzymes that produce artemisin and bred tobacco plants that carry artemisin's genetical code, English.
Also, we noticed an increase in genetical studies, and five articles on this topic were published in different issues this year.