Genetical Definition

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1. "Pigs are genetically related to particularly water-loving animals such as hippos and whales, " Dr Bracke said. 1
2. 51142 work better, Lenz suggests genetically modifying the bacterium to contain a more efficient hydrogenase enzyme, so less hydrogen is lost. 1
3. A "seed stock" genetically matched to the new swine flu virus has been created by the U. S. Centers for Disease Control, said Dr. Richard Besser, the agency's acting director. 1
4. A genetically engineered AquAdvantage salmon (background) and an Atlantic salmon of the same age. 1
5. A large quantity of simulation data indicates that, the toggle rules found by this genetical algorithm have good avalanche effects and diffusibility. 1
6. A long-term study on female mice fed on a genetically modified soybean: effects on liver ageing. Malatesta M. et al. , Histochem Cell Biol. 1
7. A person's health is often genetically predetermined. 1
8. A respected agronomist, Tong Pingya, told AFP: "China does not need this genetically modified rice, as it produces enough and even exports a bit". 1
9. A second green revolution would need to go beyond recent science in genetically modified ( GM ) seeds. 1
10. A small California biotech company, Epicyte, in 2001 announced the development of genetically engineered corn which contained a spermicide which made the semen of men who ate it sterile. 1
11. A study led by biologist Jon Puritz of the University of Hawaii found discharges from water treatment systems and contaminated rivers led to genetically different sea star populations of the species. 1
12. A US study has concluded that genetically modified cotton can offset some of the environmental impacts of intensive agriculture by reducing pesticide use. 1
13. A wheat grain is a genetically modified grass seed, just as a pekinese is a genetically modified wolf. 2
14. About one in 500 Americans is genetically deficient in these structures, called LDL receptors, and, as a result, develops astronomically high levels of LDL cholesterol. 1
15. According to a study, the fairer sex is genetically programmed to better resist infections and cancer, and also have a back-up system for fighting disease. 1
16. Adding to our salmon woes, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is moving forward with approving genetically engineered salmon to be sold, unlabeled, to unsuspecting seafood lovers. 1
17. After succeeding in the lab, he began a test in a greenhouse to see if the genetically modified cotton plant would survive and pass on its new trait. 1
18. All cheese is made from milk from genetically selected cattle, which is kept until it goes off. 1
19. All the bees in the colony are genetically related. 1
20. All we needed to do was discover a genetically encodable actuator that could transduce a light flash into an electrical impulse. 1
21. Already patents have been awarded for a genetically engineered sweet protein derived from a West African plant cal1ed thaumatin. 1
22. Already patents laave been awarded for a genetically engineered sweet protein derived from a West African plant called thaumatin. 1
23. Although no country to date has released a major genetically modified (GM) food grain crop, China is on the threshold of commercializing GM rice. 1
24. Amino-acid content of F1 hybrids is genetically controlled by its parents. 1
25. And by understanding how the opium poppy produces these compounds, scientists may be able to manipulate the production of opiates by genetically engineering plants or manufacturing them in a lab. 1
26. Animals genetically altered in a way that limited their synthesis of ceramide didn't become insulin resistant when taking the drug as normal animals did. 1
27. Ankerite is one of the main gangue minerals genetically related to gold mineralization in the Baguamiao giant gold deposit. 1
28. Another popular misconception of Darwinian evolution is that its products must be genetically determined because their inheritance depends on genes. 1
29. Application of repetitive anesthesia in genetically altered mice increased their death rate. 1
30. As a genetically encoded tag, green fluorescent protein(GFP) has served as a versatile tool in cell biology for studying gene expression, molecular locating, protein folding and trafficking. 1