genetic system

genetic system

[jə¦ned·ik ′sis·təm]
(genetics)
For a given species, the organization of genetic material and the ways in which the genetic material is transmitted.
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In contrast, the variance of the divergence scores of the trait directly selected was unaffected by differences in genetic systems. For the correlated response, the genetic system producing greater variability was always the one with more loci affecting one trait only.
According to the research, there could be a different genetic system or DNA-based life in other worlds.
This unprecedented feat suggests there could be an alternative to DNA-based life, as we know it on Earth a genetic system for life that may be possible on other worlds.
SRA and SRAP now define a very intriguing bi-faceted genetic system, where both RNA and protein products of the same gene play specific and sometimes overlapping roles in cell biology.
In addition, multiple providers supply the market with black pig meat in Korea and the use of a genetic system to distinguish between different stocks will also enhance the brand power of the suppliers.
We want to develop a genetic system to control the spread of the animal rather than relying on pesticides or introduce new predators.
He is also a Founding Member and Member of the Board of Dirs of two Belgian biotech companies, Plant Genetic System (PGS) and CropDesign.
That mankind has done well without manipulation of fundamentals of the genetic system. So where was the need?
As it was expected, genetic diversity among the passion fruit accessions was detected, since the majority of Passiflora species are alogames, with a genetic system of auto-incompatibility favoring cross pollination, and consequently the gene flow among distinct genotypes, and within species (GANGA et al., 2004).
One section of the book is entitled "The Genetic System for Sex" and is divided into three topics: the gene, the cell, and the body.
God has endowed us with a genetic system that founds a costly freedom that is worth its high price.
Avida software is an auto-adaptive genetic system designed primarily for use as a platform in Artificial Life research, allowing scientists to track the birth, life and death of digital organisms.