Examples of genetic in a Sentence
hemophilia and other genetic medical disorders
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By comparing ancient and modern DNA from a domesticated animal as well as its nearest wild relatives, researchers can identify when specific genetic mutations associated with domestication arose.
Alondra Nelson, the president-elect of the Social Science Research Council, describes how genetic testing can help African Americans connect with heritage that was once lost through the slave trade.
The facility, which started under the legendary Buffy Stamm, is well known for their stud dogs, which are tested for the vWD genetic mutation and cleared under AKC Frequently Used Sires DNA profiling.
Scientists are also looking at genetic modifications to animals—to increase the muscle of cattle or to reduce infections among farmed fish.
The percentage of human waste in the San Diego River and its tributaries quadrupled between 2016 and 2017, according to genetic testing of water samples done by the city and county of San Diego.
The complex web of causes—which includes genetic predispositions, chronic stress, racial bias and structural barriers to health care—contributes to the racial disparity in maternal health.
If not for the advent of genetic testing, the case might never have come to light.
Doctors’ repeatedly failed attempts to anticipate people’s responses to genetic testing is not for want of preparation.
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First Known Use: 1750See Words from the same year
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geneticallyplay \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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