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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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WHAT KINDS OF GENETIC TESTS ARE RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN WITH AN AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER?
Dearth of Genetic Counselors - A Major Hurdle for the
Advances in genetic research since the mapping of the human genome have resulted in the ability to determine individual susceptibility to an increasing number of illnesses.
Lo notes that circulating fetal DNA sticks around for several minutes in a mother's blood, providing ample time for researchers to harvest the genetic material for prenatal tests.
The history of the eugenics movement has impacted the current practice of genetic counseling.
The 4 genetic groups exhibited unique distributional patterns in geographic space (Figure 6).
Elucidation of the cellular, biochemical, molecular, and genetic mechanisms underlying normal and defective development.
Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, LineaGen draws on a proven process for genetic discovery at the University of Utah that has led to the discovery of multiple disease-causing genes in cancer, heart disease, and neurological disorders.
To facilitate the education process, Stoller has produced a booklet called the "Crop Health Guide: Maximizing Plant Genetic Expression," which explains the science behind Crop Health Therapy.
Genetic engineering could help parents in the future avoid some of those harmful outcomes.
The report states that current information about the biological and genetic characteristics of African Americans, Hispanics, American Indians, Alaska Natives, Asians, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders does not explain the health disparities experienced by these groups compared with non-Hispanic whites.
The experts, too, know the best way to gather genetic material without causing damage to trees.
But now, with greater frequency, the two camps are uniting over the conundrum of genetic behavior.
Science, through the advances being made in human genetics and genetic manipulation, is challenging Christian ethicists to clarify the value of human life at every stage of existence from conception and embryonic cell division to old age compromised by chronic or debilitating disease.