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Synonyms for genetic

occurring among members of a family usually by heredity

of or relating to or produced by or being a gene

of or relating to the science of genetics

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In the TBV selection, additive genetic variance decreased, as well when the selection was made, based on the EBV.
On the other hand, the lowest estimates of genetic variance were observed for the udder texture, foot angle and top line traits which cause lower responses to selection.
In order to quantify genetic variance among individuals, different similarity and dissimilarity coefficients were described, aiming at building a similarity or dissimilarity matrix from all the possible pairs of genotype combinations in order to trace the population structure based on the affinities of each individual in the set of individuals tested (GONCALVES et al.
These assays, useful for correlating individual genetic variances with patient response to drugs by class, are to be incorporated into Covance's clinical trial designs for its pharmaceutical customers.
These data demonstrate that the ACE Inhibitor Responder Assay, which characterizes a pattern of genetic variance in the RAAS, offers a valuable tool for identifying and pre- selecting patients that would experience a significant reduction in blood pressure following treatment with ACE inhibitors alone.
as selection for the color traits was implemented, the individuals within each color cross family would become more homogenous in the next generation, such that genetic variance would become smaller.
We estimated the genetic variance of plumage by using GCTA (Yang et al.
Researchers are quick to point out through that this genetic variance explains only 3 to 4 percent of the variation in neurotic behavior.
As such, it is the most comprehensive evaluation of genetic variance in human metabolism to date, combining genetics and metabolomics for hypothesis generation in a GWAS.
On analysis, it was observed that the estimates of the residual variance and genetic variance of both models were similar (Figure 3a and 3b), indicating that increasing the order of the Legendre's polynomial for modeling additive genetic effect causes little distinction in heritability estimates between the models (Figure 3c).
Eight Genes, 38 Drugs, Over 785,000 possible medication calls per patient The enhanced GeneSight Psychotropic test now includes two additional genes involved in metabolizing psychotropic medications, CYP3A4 and CYP2B6, to measure a greater percent of genetic variance in drug metabolism.
This finding was observed because the genetic variance was responsible for most of the phenotypic variance.
If the parents are not inbred, the variance of the Mendelian sampling term is one half of the genetic variance.
They also found study participants with this genetic variance ranked Italian salad dressings creamier than those who have other genotypes.