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biogenetics

[‚bī·ō·jə′ned·iks]
(genetics)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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And (3) how is it transposed for biogenetic utility in humans?
Follow-ons include biosimilars and biobetters in developed countries and biogenetics in developing countries.
Nevertheless, biogenetic factors are always implicated, necessarily, when spirit is taken to be a scientific construct.
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. In contrast, the third essays address, from a Protestant and nonessentialist approach, nature as always in flux, and so are more open to the humanitarian use of such engineering.
She explains how postcolonial critiques of anthropology were brought to bear on science, challenging the assumed distinction between natural and social facts which she says moved the focus from gender and kinship to "science and biogenetics" (Franklin, 1996).
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." Alan Clarke, One North East chief executive, said: "We are committed to working with the private sector to identify any potential new inward investment opportunities for the industry.
Finance and biocapitalism also employs similar methods and works off the same systems architectures: where the former is based on sophisticated mathematical modelling and search algorithms, the latter makes 'nature' and biogenetics central to the production process.
(53.) See, e.g., BioGenetics Corporation, "Become Exclusive Donor" in NJ or NY, http://www.sperm1.com/biogenetics/donor.html#Anchor-When-47857 (last visited Mar.
It could be argued that the progress-driven notion that procreation can be assisted, and that nature and technology can be productively fused or mixed, is what 'biogenetics' has come to signify in general.