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of or relating to or produced by or being a gene

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of or relating to the science of genetics

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The Genetical Evolution of Social Behaviour II [Evolucion genetica de los comportamientos sociales II].
The etiology of hypospadias could be multifactorial, associated with genetical, endocrinological, and environmental factors [6, 7].
Dr Habiba Al Safar, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Director of Khalifa University Centre for Biotechnology (KUCEB), joins the science society after her work on genetical mapping for the prevention and early detection of diabetes.
In expressed familial genetical cases, MI may occur at a younger age, in Indian Population.
A survey of genetical bases of heterosis in a variety of diallel crosses.
Manalaysay said that a baby from parents without genetical defects can acquire kidney disease due to the mother's unhealthy diet, lifestyle, and stress management.
The well-known statistician Ronald Fisher in his work, The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection (1930) argued that the sex ratio would tend to 1:1 among most species, including human beings.
I've also been back and forth to Loughborough University and they've been testing my oxygen levels and giving me full fitness assessments and I honestly think I've achieved my genetical fitness.
It can also be caused by genetical, or environmental triggers such as viruses and bacteria," says Dr Amit Sharma, rheumatology specialist, Max Hospital.
Drosophila turns out to be the apt model system for studying interspecific competition, because in the genus Drosophila one finds a large number of species, some showing high degrees of morphological and ecological similarities and also close genetical relationships (Tantawy 1964).
At one point they believed he might have Proteus syndrome, a genetical condition that afflicted John Merrick, the Elephant Man, but their test results came back negative.
The results presented here establish its usefulness in realizing a better projection of the genetical differences between silkworm strains with different yield potentials.
She had hypertrichosis, or werewolf syndrome, and other genetical deformities that saw her become one of Europe's most sought after circus acts.
Evolutionary and population genetical studies of certain Diptera.