Geneticist Definition

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1. "By touching the bone, you leave more DNA on its surface than actually is in the bone itself, " said geneticist Johannes Krause at the Max Planck Institute, who worked on the Neanderthal specimens. 1
2. "If a geneticist is honest, they would say that someone shouldn't do a DNA test before they do research, " he says. 1
3. "My long-term goal is to someday learn enough so we can manipulate the sleep pathways without damaging our health," says human geneticist Ying-Hui Fu at the University of California-San Francisco. 1
4. "They're sort of pear-shaped with big hind ends and smaller heads and long spindly legs and antennae, " says Nancy Moran, a geneticist at the University of Arizona. 1
5. "This is really still mysterious," said Clyde Francks, a geneticist and the lead author of a 2007 study in which Oxford University researchers identified a genetic variant linked to left-handedness. 1
6. "You can just as easilyflip it around, " says Jeffrey Friedman, a molecular geneticist atRockefeller University, "and ask why--despite equal access tocalories--is anyone thin?" 1
7. A geneticist will evaluate the person with Marfan syndrome and other family members. 1
8. A Malaysian geneticist, who declined to be named, said he hopes the experiments will be carried out under rigorous safety protocols. 1
9. A team of geneticists led by Eske Willerslev of the Natural History Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen has sequenced the genome of an Aboriginal Australian man, using a 100-year-old lock of hair. 1
10. All my instincts as a geneticist make me question the notion of what it means to be "pure". 1
11. American geneticist Calvin Bridges discovered copy number variation in 1936, when he noticed that flies that inherit a duplicate copy of a gene called Bar develop very small eyes. 1
12. As the US geneticist Jerry Coyne declared, "... the real war is between rationality and superstition. 1
13. Because the fish are so closely related and interbreed in the laboratory, geneticists can map the genes involved in the reduction of the stickleback pelvis. 1
14. British biological geneticists Wilmut cloned a sheep successfully. the birth of the cloned sheep "Dolly" shocked the world. 1
15. But Obeng said she would recommend that they see a geneticist after treatment. 1
16. Careers in this field include ecologist, conservationist, taxonomist, horticulturist, agronomist, plant geneticist, and many others. 1
17. Davies, who is himself a geneticist by training, wasn't too surprised by this about-face: "The information that these companies can give you can change and evolve over time," he says. 1
18. Greider, a geneticist at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, was Blackburn's student when the two made their discovery. 1
19. In 2003, Mark Stoneking, a geneticist at the Max Planck Institute in Leipzig, Germany, estimated from DNA differences that the body louse evolved from the head louse about 107,000 years ago. 1
20. In a commentary accompanying the Science papers, University of Edinburgh geneticist Mark Blaxter likened modENCODE to the Large Hadron Collider, investigating the nature of the genome's "dark matter." 1
21. In the future, centenarians everywhere may also receive a call from a geneticist. 1
22. In those days they would have burned geneticists at the stake. 1
23. Internationally renowned geneticist, one of the founders of modern genetics, a distinguished scientist and educator. 1
24. It's one of the globe's most important food staples , said plant geneticist Pamela Ronald. 1
25. Jennifer Leonard, a geneticist at the University of Uppsala in Sweden who was not involved in the project, thinks the findings are solid. 1
26. LONDON (Reuters) - London's Science Museum has cancelled a talk by a Nobel prize-winning geneticist who suggested black people were less intelligent than white people. 1
27. Most U. S. visitors recognize some of the other figures, too, including legendary plant geneticist Luther Burbank and John Deere, whose steel plow vastly increased farm production. 1
28. Most U. S. visitors recognize some of the other figures, too, including legendary plant geneticist Luther Burbank and John Deere, whose steel plow vastly increased farm production.This website 1
29. Noted geneticist Snoop Dogg once said--and I'm paraphrasing here--that no matter where one goes in life, one's surroundings during one's formative years stay with one for life. 1
30. Noted geneticist Snoop Dogg once said--and I'm paraphrasing here--that no matter where one goes in life,(This website/snoop.html) one's surroundings during one's formative years stay with one for life. 1
 

Geneticist

[jəˈnedəsəst]

NOUN

geneticists (plural noun)

  - an expert in or student of heredity and the variation of inherited characteristics.

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