biogenetics


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biogenetics

[‚bī·ō·jə′ned·iks]
(genetics)
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24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Cellectis bioresearch, the genome customization specialist and a commercial subsidiary of Cellectis (Alternext: ALCLS), and Recombinetics, a specialist in biogenetics, announced today that they have entered a development and license agreement on the creation of transgenic large livestock.
a biogenetics company dedicated to producing modified corn and soybean seeds, is set to open a research & development (R&D) laboratory with the help of government allocations of $600,000 for infrastructure and $400,000 for training.
Recently, however, some have found a 1943 lecture series of his published the following year sets out the mathematical basis for biogenetics including the very notion of the genetic code.
Perhaps the most important aspect of the intrusion of modern science and technology into the very fabric of human existence is visible in recent developments in biogenetics and reproductive technologies.
The first essays in each category speak from philosophical and essentialist perspectives of nature and maintain negative views regarding the advancement of technology and biogenetics.
The association of TKEC and biogenetics can, on the other hand, be seen as a return to roots, minus the terminology, to the missionary representations of the 'native soul' or the ethnological ones of the 'primitive thinking' of islanders incapable of distinguishing the human being from his natural environment.
This year the company celebrates two decades in partnership with Italian distributor, Biogenetics (Ponte San Nicolo - Padova - Italy).
We believe we have all the requirements to become a major force in the low carbon future - as well as biogenetics, digital technologies and other new industries - and we hope the Government shares our enthusiasm.
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.