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- adj. genetic
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- adj. Pertaining to, concerned with, or determined by, the genesis of anything, or its natural mode of production or development.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as genetic.
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- adj. of or relating to the science of genetics
- adj. of or relating to or produced by or being a gene
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In recent years, studies searching for association between genetic markers and quantitative gene expression profiling, referred to as genetical genomics
The genetical evolution of social behaviour I and II. J. Theor.
Since then, a number of circumstances (including genetical, cultural and environmental factors) have pushed you towards either end of these scales.
I agree that 3d is the future, and that, at least for me, it enhances the experience of the movie if done well (ie: Avatar), but I'm still sad to see movies going that way for a very personal reason,, my mother basically has 1 eye that doesnt work (genetical problem) and 1 eye that works perfecly, and as such 3d movie don't work for her.
Along the lines that smart Turks dont emigrate to Germany so that Germany ends up with genetical infirior Turks.
He went on to contrast that with immigrants to the US which are supposed to be genetical suprior to the local population … … wiley says:
U haz sum….er…..inneresting genetical fings goin awn der. *wunners hao slimy eldritch horror from beyond space and time gotz tu noes an earfbownd kitteh an fawlz in lubs wif herz.
She got some stuff from the genetical place and then she made me.
And yes, white Caucasian race is a genetical reality, just as African or East-Southern Asian ancestry.
Human behavioral genetics is a new, exciting field, and many traits that were believed to be cultural only turned out to have at least some genetical background.