biogenetics


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biogenetics

[‚bī·ō·jə′ned·iks]
(genetics)
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Nevertheless, biogenetic factors are always implicated, necessarily, when spirit is taken to be a scientific construct.
Veronica Ponnuthurai, Lab M's Export Sales Manager, said, "Not only is business between Lab M and Biogenetics highly efficient, the characters and friendships that have been built over the years make this partnership both enjoyable and productive.
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GPhA has maintained that a workable pathway would be one in which the FDA has the authority to review and approve biogenetics and that would provide the agency with the flexibility to determine on a product-by-product basis what types of clinical studies and other information would be needed for a biogenetic to meet FDA approval standards.
He forecasts where this revolution is headed, citing his own studies and those of 100 other experts, on what the next three decades will see in biogenetics, e-commerce, the environment, robotics, and many other fields.
On Tuesday, it was announced that Glaxo had signed an agreement with Innogenetics, a biogenetics company.
Biogenetics and bimolecular sciences account for 77% of the region's biotech activity, and biological food processing represents 10% Brussels, the smallest region of the three, has 18 biotech R&D companies, three universities and 2,680 life science researchers.
Biogenetics is not devoid of randomness and neither is the psyche, but the orders or the random sequences must not communicate or cross over within the same set, at least if one wants to distinguish between orders of calculable necessity.
New York, California and Texas, competitors for technology and biogenetics jobs, collect more corporate taxes than Massachusetts.
What makes biogenetics dangerous is the way its use is determined by the interests of corporate capital and of the state agencies tempted to rely on it in order to increase their control of the population (Zizek, 2004: 132).
Automotive--while a cyclical industry--is more of a long-term play and unlikely to ever have the "jump" that's occurred in telecommunications, the Internet, biogenetics or similar industries.