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Chidambaram, Kamal Nath, Ghulam Nabi Azad and Kapil Sibal arguing that the provision recommending that inherited as well as inheritable property be shared equally between the husband and wife needed some more clarity.
But they spend noticeably little time considering enhancement through inheritable, rather than mechanical, means.
Legro and his colleagues sought to learn whether metabolic and reproductive abnormalities associated with the inheritable disease were more likely to show up in children whose mothers had PCOS and how parents could learn whether their child was at risk.
we may be actively spreading inheritable faults within the breed.
The lease agreement has been designed to address not only the land and socio-economic plight of the main beneficiary, but also the spouse and offsprings as it is inheritable.
Tourette syndrome (TS) is an inheritable, childhood-onset neurologic disorder marked by persistent multiple motor tics and at least one vocal tic.
The researchers concluded that inheritable mutations of ALK are the main cause of familial neuroblastoma and that this cell-surface kinase is a therapeutic target for the disease.
An estimated 5 to 10% of breast cancer patients have an inheritable form.
International organizations have taken strong stands to prevent human reproductive cloning and inheritable genetic modification.
The writer proposes a law that essentially converts a leasehold into a life estate (or like in NYC, a rent-controlled, inheritable perpetuity).
Behaviourally, domesticated and wild cats are very different and all these things are inheritable, so genes are involved," he told the GDN.
After some instructional chapters for the general reader, she commences by showing the overwhelming strength with which it has been established that criminal behaviour is inheritable.