Examples of genetic in a Sentence
hemophilia and other genetic medical disorders
Recent Examples of genetic from the Web
And dads pass on more genetic mutations their children each year after age 30, according to a paper in Nature.
Those who responded to the drug had more inflammation in their fat tissue and a different profile of genetic activity than non-responders.
Murphy and her two sisters decided to get tested for the genetic variations that can reflect a higher risk of the disease.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Frances Isbell has spinal muscular atrophy, a genetic disorder that has left her unable to walk or even roll over in bed.
Yet decoding the genetic origins of today’s horses has proven remarkably difficult.
The sow is a genetic freak created in a lab, one of two-dozen hippopotamus-sized miracle pigs with skin like an elephant, floppy ears, understanding eyes, a wagging tail and nostrils that flare expressively.
Roche Group is starting a new test in heart patients with a particular genetic variation, Raffat noted.
Parents who have older children with eczema or other similar skin conditions might want to consider moisturizing their newborn’s skin because atopic dermatitis has a genetic component and runs in families.
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Origin and Etymology of genetic
First Known Use: 1750See Words from the same year
GENETIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of genetic for English Language Learners
: of, relating to, or involving genes
GENETIC Defined for Kids
Definition of genetic for Students
: of or relating to genes or genetics genetic research
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