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gene bank

[′jēn ‚baŋk]
(genetics)
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Of course, as we speak, Aleppo, where this international gene bank is located, is really a war zone so it is good that we got the safety copies to Svalbard in time.
The second phase of Generation Scotland, the country's first gene bank, was also launched yesterday.
Bush Heritage is buying and managing the large areas of relatively intact bush, the building blocks and gene bank of Gondwana Link.
Closely related to the Genomics Initiative is the AGRE, an open gene bank with a large collection of immortalized cell lines and DNA samples gathered from families with more than one autistic child.
Dr Fowler added: "This will be the most secure gene bank.
THE Co-op has produced its first premium dry reserve cider to save two historic apple varieties from disappearing from the English countryside and being consigned to an apple gene bank.
gene bank accelerated its accumulation of frozen livestock semen for possible use in research and breeding programs (166: 314).
Precisely because traditional varieties are part of the genetic basis of one of the world's most important crops, CIMMYT is extremely serious about its mandate to conserve maize diversity in its gene bank for humanity.
The Estonian parliament has passed a law allowing the creation of a nationwide gene bank that scientists say will be the world's largest-and a treasure trove for genetics-based health research.
The Society supports 2 MS tissue banks and 1 MS gene bank.
To date, the IMF has conducted more than 200 educational seminars worldwide, maintains a world-renowned hotline, and operates Bank on a Cure([R]), a unique gene bank to advance myeloma research.