genetic

listen to the pronunciation of genetic
Englisch - Türkisch
kalıtsal

Kistik fibrozis, kalıtsal bir hastalıktır. - Cystic fibrosis is a genetic disease.

Bu hayvanın, bazı kalıtsal sorunları varmış gibi görünüyor. - There seems to be some genetic problem with this animal.

kalıtımsal
jenetige ait genetic heritage biyol
(Tıp) Genlerle ilgili kalıtımla ilgili
{s} genetik

Genetik mühendisliği sayesinde, mısır kendi böcek ilaçlarını üretir. - Through genetic engineering, corn can produce its own pesticides.

Genetik yalan söylemez. - Genetics doesn't lie.

geneticallyjenetik bakımından
s., biyol. genetik
(Tıp) Genlerle geçen, kalıtsal
bir şeyin aslına ait
soyaçekim
psik
jenetik yoluyla
genetik yapı

Senin gıdan ya da dilin veya genetik yapın seni daha kadınsı yapar mı? - Is it your food or your language or your genetic makeup that makes you more feminine?

kalıtım
(Tıp) genetik analiz
genetic code
(Denizbilim) kalıt dizgi
genetic engineering
(Biyoloji,Tıp) gen mühendisliği
genetic carrier
gen taşıyıcı
genetic code
genetik kod
genetic constitution
genetik yapı
genetic counselling
genetik danışma
genetic disease
genetik facia
genetic endowment
genetik yapı
genetic engineering
genetik mühendislik
genetic engineering
genetik mühendisliği
genetic factor
genetik faktör
genetic psychology
genetik psikoloji
genetic science
genetik bilimi
genetic blueprint
genetik planı
genetic blueprint
Gen haritası (teknik olmayan kullanım)
genetic defect
genetik defekt
genetic diversity
(Biyoloji) Genetik çeşitlilik
genetic engineer
Genetik mühendisi
genetic make-up
genetik makyaj
genetic manipulation
Genlerle oynama, genetiğini değiştirme
genetic map
(Tıp, İlaç) Gen haritası

Bilim adamları uzun yıllardır sürdürdükleri gen haritası çalışmalarını nihayet tamamladılar.

genetic predistribution
kolon kanseri ve diyabet gibi bazı hastalıkların popülasyonda görülme sıklığı, söz konusu hastalıklara yatkınlık oluşturan genlerin o popülasyonda genetik olarak görülme şıklığına bağlıdır
genetic aspects cancer
genetik açıdan kanser
genetic assimilation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) genetik asimilasyon
genetic component
genetik bileşen
genetic description
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) genetik tanım
genetic effect
(Nükleer Bilimler) genetik etki
genetic effect of radiation
(Nükleer Bilimler) radyasyonun genetik etkisi
genetic effects
(Nükleer Bilimler) kalıtım etkileri
genetic equilibrium
(Biyoloji) genetik denge
genetic industry
(Tarım) genetik endüstri
genetic industry
(Tarım) tarımsal sanayi
genetic intervention
(Biyoloji) genetik müdahale
genetic linkage
(Tıp) genetik linkaj
genetic material
(Tıp) genetik materyel
genetic method
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) genetik yöntem
genetic monitoring
(Ticaret) asli denetim
genetic polimorfism
(Tıp) genetik polimorfizm
genetic pollution
(Denizbilim) genetik kirlilik
genetic polymorphism
(Tıp) genetik polimorfizm
genetic programming theories
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) genetik programlama teorileri
genetic sterility
(Biyoloji) genetik kısırlık
genetic techniques
(Biyoloji,Tıp) genetik teknikler
genetic testing
(Ticaret) asli test etme işlemi
genetic toxicity tests
(Biyoloji) genetik toksisite testleri
genetic transcription
(Biyoloji,Tıp) genetik transkripsiyon
genetic translation
(Biyoloji,Tıp) genetik çeviri
genetic vectors
(Biyoloji,Tıp) genetik vektörler
genetic weapon
(Askeri) genetik silah
genetically
genetik olarak

GloFish genetik olarak değiştirilmiş akvaryum balığıdır. - GloFish are genetically modified aquarium fish.

genetics
(Denizbilim) kalıtbilim
genetics
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) genetik bilim
genetics
kalıtımbilim
genetics
genetik bilimi
genetics
genetik

Genetik yalan söylemez. - Genetics doesn't lie.

Genetik asla değişmeyecek. - Genetics will never change.

genetical
Genetik
produced by genetic engineering
genetik mühendisliği ile üretilen
genetically
genetik yönden
genetics
jenetik
genetics
soyaçekim olaylarını inceleyen biyoloji dalı
genetics
soyaçekim bilimi
genetics
(Tıp) Genetik (jenetik), soya çekim hadiselerini incleeyen biyoloji kolu, şahısların karakterlerinin kaynak ve gelişmelerini inceleyen bilim
genetics
i., biyol. genetik
usage of genetic modification
(Ticaret) genetik modifikasyonlar
Englisch - Englisch
relating to genetics or genes
caused by genes
You use genetic to describe something that is concerned with genetics or with genes. Cystic fibrosis is the most common fatal genetic disease in the United States. + genetically ge·neti·cal·ly Some people are genetically predisposed to diabetes. relating to genes or genetics (genesis). adj. genetic code genetic drift genetic engineering
of or relating to the science of genetics; "genetic research"
Describes characteristics, conditions or illnesses that are all or partly due to information present in genes, the inherited instructions passed on from one generation to the next
Relating to reproduction
Tending to occur among members of a family usually by heredity
of or relating to or produced by or being a gene; "genic combinations"; "genetic code"
Relating to GENES or GENETICS
Relating to genes, the basic units of inheritance Genes help cells produce proteins A gene is a section of DNA, which is, in turn, a part of each chromosome Most cells in the body contain about 30,000 genes on the DNA of 46 chromosomes
Resulting from, or produced by, soil-forming processes; for example, a genetic soil profile or a genetic horizon
Genetic refers to genetics, which is a branch of science concerned with heredity
{s} of or pertaining to genetics, of or relating to genes; hereditary, familial
Same as Genetical
Genetic is a term used when something is based on or determined by genes
determined by genes or chromosomes
studies - diagnostic tests that evaluate for conditions that have a tendency to run in families
Having to do with genes and the information they contain
Inherited; having to do with information that is passed from parents to their children through DNA
of or relating to genetics or genes High-cholesterol may be part of your genetic makeup, which means it is possible for other members of your family to have high cholesterol too
Inherited; having to do with information that is passed from parents to offspring through genes in sperm and egg cells
inherited from genes transmitted from the mother and father
of or relating to the science of genetics; "genetic research
tending to occur among members of a family usually by heredity; "an inherited disease"; "familial traits"; "genetically transmitted features"
Inherited; having to do with information that is passed from parents to children through DNA in the genes
having a foundation in the genes of the individual
- Pertains to the origin or development of a condition; relates to genes
Relating to genes See also: Gene; heredity
Pertaining to or carried by genes Hereditary
Engineering the investigation of genes and how they can be used to change how the body works
Inherited through genes passed on by one or both parents
Influenced or produced by genes Relating to the branch of science concerned with heredity
genetic algorithm
A search heuristic that is based on biological evolution
genetic algorithms
plural form of genetic algorithm
genetic code
the set of rules by which the sequence of bases in DNA are translated into the amino acid sequence of proteins
genetic drift
An overall shift of allele distribution in an isolated population, due to random fluctuations in the frequencies of individual alleles of the genes
genetic engineer
a scientist whose speciality is genetic engineering
genetic engineering
The deliberate modification of the genetic structure of an organism
genetic engineers
plural form of genetic engineer
genetic fallacy
A fallacy of irrelevance where a conclusion is suggested based solely on something or someone's origin rather than its current meaning or context
genetic fingerprinting
the forensic analysis of genetic information from a biological sample as an aid to identification
genetic gap
A flaw in the DNA
genetic gaps
plural form of genetic gap
genetic girl
A ciswoman. Abbreviated as GG
genetic girls
plural form of genetic girl, abbreviated as GGs
genetic material
The material used to store genetic information in the nuclei or mitochondria of an organism's cells; either DNA or RNA
genetic materials
plural form of genetic material
genetic modification
the commercial application of genetic engineering to the production of novel foodstuffs etc
genetic programming
A search heuristic that explores the space of computer programs and is based on biological evolution
genetic algorithm
(Bilgisayar) A search algorithm which locates optimal binary strings by processing an initially random population of strings using artificial mutation, crossover and selection operators, in an analogy with the process of natural selection (Goldberg, 1989)
genetic anticipation
(Tıp, İlaç) A phenomenon whereby the symptoms of a genetic disorder become apparent at an earlier age as it is passed on to the next generation
genetic blueprint
(not in technical use) a gene map, or a genome map
genetic map
(Tıp, İlaç) The arrangement of genes on a chromosome
Genetic recall
Genes containing the records of past life experiences-not one's own lives, but those of direct-line ancestors
genetic alphabet
four letters denoting the four amino acids that comprise the building blocks of DNA
genetic code
the ordering of nucleotides in DNA molecules that carries the genetic information in living cells
genetic code
arrangement of genes in a chromosome
genetic code
The sequence of nucleotides in DNA or RNA that determines the specific amino acid sequence in the synthesis of proteins. It is the biochemical basis of heredity and nearly universal in all organisms.genetic coding n. the arrangement of genes that controls the way a living thing develops. Sequence of nucleotides in DNA and RNA that determines the amino acid sequence of proteins. A messenger RNA molecule synthesized from the DNA directs the synthesis of the protein. Three adjacent nucleotides constitute a unit known as a codon; each codon codes for a single amino acid. There are 64 possible codons, 61 of which specify the 20 amino acids that make up proteins. Because most of the 20 amino acids are coded for by more than one codon, the code is called degenerate. Once thought to be identical in all forms of life, the genetic code has been found to vary slightly in certain organisms and in the mitochondria of some eukaryotes
genetic counseling
guidance for prospective parents on the likelihood of genetic disorders in their future children
genetic counseling
The counseling of individuals, and of prospective parents regarding their offspring, on the probabilities, dangers, diagnosis, and treatment of inherited diseases. genetic counselor n
genetic defect
imperfection that is tied to one's genetic make-up
genetic disease
a disease or disorder that is inherited genetically
genetic disease
{i} genetic disorder, inherited disorder, congenital disorder, disorder that is transmitted genetically; pathological condition resulting from the absent or deficient gene, pathological condition caused by a chromosomal abnormality
genetic disorder
A pathological condition caused by an absent or defective gene or by a chromosomal aberration. Also called hereditary disease, inherited disorder
genetic disorder
{i} inherited disorder, genetic disease, disorder that is transmitted genetically; pathological condition resulting from the absent or deficient gene, pathological condition caused by a chromosomal abnormality
genetic diversity
The variety of different types of genes in a species or population Genetic diversity is really a form of biodiversity
genetic diversity
usually expressed in terms of percentage of genes that are polymorphic and/or are heterozygous
genetic diversity
The huge variety in DNA sequences found in different organisms, which is responsible for the huge variety of plants and animals in the world
genetic diversity
Variety among individuals within a species -- or, more specifically, the variety in the DNA of a species See also "alleles "
genetic diversity
The variety within populations of a species
genetic diversity
The genetic variation that occurs within a population or species For example, there are many different coloured dog whelk shells
genetic diversity
occurs when an area can support diverse population of the same species
genetic diversity
Variation in the genetic composition of individuals within or among species; the heritable genetic variation within and among populations
genetic diversity
The total number of genes for a given breeding population makes up its gene pool A large gene pool is genetically diverse, and therefore more likely to be healthy and robust
genetic diversity
Genetic variability found in a population of a species or all of the populations of a species Also see biodiversity, ecosystem diversity, and species diversity
genetic diversity
means the variety of genetic information contained in the total genes of individual plants, animals and microorganisms in a place
genetic diversity
variation among and within species that is attributable to differences in hereditary material
genetic diversity
All of the genetic variation within a group The genetic diversity of a species includes both genetic differences between individuals in a breeding population (within-stock diversity) and genetic differences among different breeding populations (among-stock diversity)
genetic diversity
range of genetic differences among organisms that allow members of the same species to have different physical characteristics
genetic drift
Random changes in gene frequency within a population resulting from sampling effects rather than natural selection, and hence of greatest importance in small populations
genetic drift
Refers to the constant tendency of genes to evolve even in the absence of selective forces Genetic drift is fueled by spontaneous neutral mutations that disappear or become fixed in a population at random Inbred lines separated from a common ancestral pair can drift rapidly apart from each other
genetic drift
Genes are inherently digital, in that an individual has an integer number of copies of each gene, and its children inherit an integer number of them That is, an individual cannot have half a gene While fitness may play a part in how many children inherit how many copies of a gene, in each individual child there is a large element of chance Genetic drift is where random (i e not related to fitness) fluctuations in the genetic material in the population occur and lead to macroscopic changes to the population Naturally genetic drift is more important in smaller rather than larger populations
genetic drift
A change of gene frequencies within a population over time
genetic drift
Random fluctuations in the frequency of the appearance of a gene in a small isolated population, presumably owing to chance rather than natural selection. Change in the pool of genes of a small population that takes place strictly by chance. Genetic drift can result in genetic traits being lost from a population or becoming widespread in a population without respect to the survival or reproductive value of the gene pairs (alleles) involved. A random statistical effect, genetic drift can occur only in small, isolated populations in which the gene pool is small enough that chance events can change its makeup substantially. In larger populations, any specific allele is carried by so many individuals that it is almost certain to be transmitted by some of them unless it is biologically unfavourable
genetic drift
describes an accidental change in genetic structure which may result in a loss of alleles and thus in genetic variation The rarer an allele, the more likely its disappearance by genetic drift
genetic drift
Variation in allele frequencies between generations Drift tends to be more pronounced where high inbreeding occurs and population size is relatively small
genetic drift
Allele frequency changes in populations caused by random events rather than by natural selection, especially the effects of sampling error on the gene pool of small populations
genetic drift
Genetic change based on random changes within a species’ gene pool; includes fission and the founder effect, and gamete sampling
genetic drift
change in gene frequencies in a small populations a result of each generation being unrepresentative of its parents
genetic drift
Random fluctuations in gene frequencies, most evident in small populations
genetic engineering
Genetic engineering is the science or activity of changing the genetic structure of an animal, plant, or other organism in order to make it stronger or more suitable for a particular purpose. Scientists have used genetic engineering to protect tomatoes against the effects of freezing. Scientific alteration of the structure of genetic material in a living organism. It involves the production and use of recombinant DNA and has been employed to create bacteria that synthesize insulin and other human proteins.genetic engineer n. the science of changing the genetic structure of an animal, plant, or human, usually to make them stronger or healthier engineer. Artificial manipulation, modification, and recombination of DNA or other nucleic-acid molecules in order to modify an organism or population of organisms. The term initially meant any of a wide range of techniques for modifying or manipulating organisms through heredity and reproduction. Now the term denotes the narrower field of recombinant-DNA technology, or gene cloning, in which DNA molecules from two or more sources are combined, either within cells or in test tubes, and then inserted into host organisms in which they are able to reproduce. This technique is used to produce new genetic combinations that are of value to science, medicine, agriculture, or industry. Through recombinant-DNA techniques, bacteria have been created that are capable of synthesizing human insulin, human interferon, human growth hormone, a hepatitis-B vaccine, and other medically useful substances. Recombinant-DNA techniques, combined with the development of a technique for producing antibodies in great quantity, have made an impact on medical diagnosis and cancer research. Plants have been genetically adjusted to perform nitrogen fixation and to produce their own pesticides. Bacteria capable of biodegrading oil have been produced for use in oil-spill cleanups. Genetic engineering also introduces the fear of adverse genetic manipulations and their consequences (e.g., antibiotic-resistant bacteria or new strains of disease). See also biotechnology, molecular biology
genetic engineering
the technology of preparing recombinant DNA in vitro by cutting up DNA molecules and splicing together fragments from more than one organism
genetic engineering
putting the scientific knowledge of genes and hereditary traits to practical uses
genetic fingerprinting
Genetic fingerprinting is a method of identifying people using the genetic material in their bodies. the process of examining the pattern of someone's genes, especially in order to find out if they are guilty of a crime
genetic illness
hereditary disease, illness transmitted through the genes
genetic information
{i} DNA sequence, heritable information that is encrypted in the genetic material with which all living organisms are provided with
genetic map
A graphic representation of the arrangement of genes or DNA sequences on a chromosome. Also called gene map
genetic map
graphical representation of the arrangement of genes on a chromosome
genetic mapping
the process of locating and defining a gene which will culminate in the development of a DNA blood test to determine a dog's status at an early age
genetic mapping
The process of locating the positions of specific genes on a chromosome
genetic mapping
Determination of the relative positions of genes on a DNA molecule (chromosome or plasmid); distances are measured in linkage units, i e , centimorgans (cM), between them
genetic marker
a specific gene that produces a recognizable trait and can be used in family or population studies
genetic marker
A gene or DNA sequence having a known location on a chromosome and associated with a particular gene or trait. Genetic markers associated with certain diseases can be detected in the blood and used to determine whether an individual is at risk for developing a disease
genetic predisposition
Susceptibility to a genetic disease May or may not result in actual development of the disease Source : Human Genome Project Information
genetic predisposition
Susceptibility to a disease that is related to a genetic mutation, which may or may not result in actual development of the disease
genetic predisposition
The inherited genetic pattern that may cause some individuals to be more susceptible to particular conditions than others with a different genetic structure
genetic predisposition
creates a greater risk of displaying a particular characteristic or a certain disorder due to the inherited genetic composition
genetic predisposition
Susceptibility to a genetic disease May or may not result in actual development of the disease
genetic profiling
the procedure of analyzing the DNA in samples of a person's body tissue or body fluid for the purpose of identification
genetic recombination
a normal process that occurs during meiosis (sexual reproduction) when the DNA is replicated (an identical copy of a strand is made) DNA is cleaved and the fragments are rejoined to give new strands This allows genetic information from maternal and paternal chromosomes to be incorporated into a new genome The chances that nucleotides from one strand will cross and be on separate DNA strands increases with increasing distance between them Thus genes that lie close together on the genome are more likely to be inherited together
genetic recombination
general term for the production of an offspring that combines traits from two parents Submitted by Amy Franzen, [email protected] msu edu
genetic recombination
The exchange of genetic material between homologous chromosomes in meiosis
genetic screening
The process of analyzing DNA samples to detect the presence of a gene or genes associated with an inherited disorder
genetic screening
analyzing a group of people to determine genetic susceptibility to a particular disease; "genetic screening of infants for phenylketonuria
forward genetic
Attributive form of forward genetics

forward genetic approach.

genetics
The genetic makeup of a specific individual or species

As a result of your father’s, mother’s, and their parents genetics, you are born with a genetic structure that is dealt to you at conception. Our ancestry determines our genetics.

genetics
The branch of biology that deals with the transmission and variation of inherited characteristics, in particular chromosomes and DNA
reverse genetic
Attributive form of reverse genetics

reverse genetic approach.

genetical
{s} of or pertaining to genetics, of or relating to genes; hereditary, familial; affecting or determined by genes; (Linguistics) of or relating to the connection between or among languages that are descendants of the same protolanguage
genetical
Pertaining to, concerned with, or determined by, the genesis of anything, or its natural mode of production or development
genetically
by genetic mechanisms; "genetically passed down talents"
genetically
In a manner relating to genes or genetics
genetically
from a genetic standpoint, in a hereditary manner
genetically
by genetic mechanisms; "genetically passed down talents
genetically
In a genetical manner
genetics
The study of heredity and variation in organisms It can also refer to the genetic features of an organism
genetics
The study of GENES and of inheritance and variation in ORGANISMS
genetics
Genetics is the study of heredity and how qualities and characteristics are passed on from one generation to another by means of genes. the study of how the qualities of living things are passed on in their genes. Study of heredity in general and of genes in particular. Modern genetics began with the work of Gregor Mendel, who formulated the basic concepts of heredity. Walter S. Sutton proposed that chromosomes were the site of Mendel's hereditary factors. The Hardy-Weinberg law established the mathematical basis for studying heredity in populations. Thomas Hunt Morgan provided evidence that genes occur on chromosomes and that adjacent genes on the same chromosome form linkage groups. Oswald Avery showed that DNA is the chromosome component that carries genetic information. DNA's molecular structure was deduced by James D. Watson and Francis Crick. These and other developments led to the deciphering of the genetic code of the DNA molecule, which in turn made possible the recombination techniques of genetic engineering. An understanding of genetics is necessary for the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of hereditary diseases, the breeding of plants and animals, and the development of industrial processes that use microorganisms. See also behaviour genetics
genetics
The field of science that looks at how traits are passed down from one generation to another, through the genes
genetics
The branch of biology that deals with heredity and variation in similar or related plants or animals (8)
genetics
The branch of biology that deals with the transmission and variation of inherited characteristics
genetics
The scientific study of heredity how particular qualities or traits are transmitted from parents to offspring
genetics
Study of heredity
genetics
branch of biology that deals with heredity transmission and the variation of inherited characteristics among similar or related organisms
genetics
the branch of biology that studies heredity and variation in organisms
genetics
The study of inheritance and how characteristics are passed from one generation to another
genetics
study of the genetic composition, heredity, and variation of organisms
genetics
1 The branch of science which deals with elucidating the attributes and mechanisms of heredity in living systems On Earth, this involves research into RNA and DNA
genetics
Study of the patterns of inheritance of genetic information in organisms
genetics
The study of inheritance patterns of specific traits
genetics
The study of how particular traits are passed from parents to children Identifiable genetic information receives the same level of protection as other health care information under the HIPAA Privacy Rule Of note for genetic researchers, the rule defines "identifiable" information to include information from the individual as well as relatives Thus researchers considering whether to deidentify data should review the definition of deidentified information closely
genetics
The study of heredity and how traits are passed on through generations
genetics
the scientific study of heredity: how particular qualities or traits are transmitted from parents to offspring
genetics
The biology of heredity and variation
genetics
the study of heredity
genetics
The scientific study of inheritance and how particular qualities or traits are transmitted from parents to offspring
genetics
{i} science of heredity (Biology)
genetics
the study of heredity Submitted by Amy Franzen, [email protected] msu edu Genome The complete set of genes in a cell These genes control the production of all of the proteins necessary for the structure and function of a living human being Submitted by Melissa Boehm, [email protected] msu edu
genetics
the branch of science concerned with the means and consequences of transmission and generation of the components of biological inheritance
genetics
The study of heredity: the transmission of characteristics from one generation to the next
genetics
The study of inheritance patterns of specific traits Source : Human Genome Project Information
genetics
The study of heredity: how biological information is transferred from one generation to the next as well as how that information is expressed within an organism (SNP consortium)
genetics
The study of the patterns of inheritance of specific traits
genetic
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