Genetic [adjective]

Definition of Genetic:

coming from heredity

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Sentence/Example of Genetic:

Some people can test positive for the virus’s genetic material for months after they get well, and shed no infectious virus.

That cut allows the virus to fuse with the cell membrane and dump its genetic material into the cell.

Even though people probably detest mosquitoes more than moth larvae that can damage broccoli, the fact that the Florida Keys project involves genetic modification still stirs passion.

Gene therapy trials are underway for several different genetic diseases, including sickle cell anemia, at least two different forms of inherited blindness, and Alzheimer’s, among others.

Now, a child who shows up at a hospital with severe mycobacterial infection is tested for these genetic defects and receives injections of interferon gamma.

Earth’s first organisms — which were perhaps little more than naked barber poles of genetic material — likely came in two varieties, the researchers assumed.

Believe it or not, males of mammalian species receive more genetic material from their mothers than they do from their fathers!

So he collects genetic information from bats and bat viruses.

I think one of my biggest successes was getting out of microbial genetics.

The discovery, and understanding of this mechanism of genetic control has been incredibly important.