genetic identity

genetic identity

[jə¦ned·ik ī′den·əd·ē]
(genetics)
A measure of the proportion of genes that are identical in two populations.
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Summary: The third solo exhibition in Dubai of Iranian artist Shahpour Pouyan features ceramic sculptures that represent his genetic identity through architecture
The Nei identity (Nei, 1978) values calculated from analysis of the 12 microsatellite loci of the three species of Conyza showed that the highest value of genetic identity (I = 0.
Nei's genetic distance estimates indicated relatively close genetic identity between Tharparker and Red-Sindhi breeds of Sindh Province of Pakistan while Tharparker and Dajal breeds of Pakistan were found most distinct.
A key issue is the conflict between the mother's access to assisted reproductive technology and protection of the donorAEs anonymity as well as the fundamental human rights of the child, including the right to know oneAEs genetic identity, the right to family life, and the right to due process.
Nei's (1978) unbiased measures of genetic identity (above diagonal) and pairwise [theta] values (below diagonal) for the populations of P.
We conclude by considering what the inconsistencies in regulating genetics suggest about our commitments to using information about genetic identity to regulate.
Twenty-one COI sequences were analyzed for genetic identity, 12 of which were sequenced specifically for this study.
This approach is especially attractive because the tissues obtained would be "personalized" and, because of their genetic identity to the patient from whom they were derived, this approach may ultimately lead to tissue replacement without suppressing the immune system.
This approach is especially attractive because the tissues obtained would be 'personalized' and, because of their genetic identity to the patient from whom they were derived, this approach may ultimately lead to tissue replacement without the need for suppression of the immune system.
Another psychiatrist, Rick Fitzgibbons, describes what is now called gender dysphoria as "a fixed false belief that a person can be a sex that is not consistent with their biological and genetic identity.
KEYWORDS: Orchids, genetic diversity, genetic identity, genetic distance.