How to use Genotype in a sentence

genotype
  • Identical twins will have the same DNA, genetic material (genotype), but it may be expressed differently (phenotype).

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  • It has long been known by now that successful generations of clones are subtly different, a bad copy, of their original genotype.

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  • Only small differences in dystocia were recorded between the dam genotype groups.

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  • Their genotype group one ram had earlier in the day lifted the reserve supreme championship ticket.

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  • The genotype of an organism is the specific and characteristic combination of variants of all genes the organism carries.

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  • Subsequent diagnostic procedures (called mutation analysis and genotype determination) can actually identify the specific types of PAH gene mutations inherited by PKU infants.

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  • Group 1 scrapie genotype rams attracted the most money.

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  • Another top scrapie genotype ram, the ram is out of a gimmer shearling bought for 2,000gns in Skipton to re-stock the Arkle flock.

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  • How large is the role of apoE genotype in Alzheimer's disease susceptibility?

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  • The mRNA was positively correlated with its simultaneous serum levels, and was higher in G/G genotype.

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  • The genotypes BB and Bb will both give a brown-eyed baby whereas genotype bb would give a blue-eyed baby.

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  • High MTR activity, possibly associated with homozygous MTR variant genotype, should increase methionine.

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  • At the same time those animals which show the most susceptible genotype will be removed from the breeding program.

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  • The home-bred scrapie genotype one shearling is by a Belgian ram out of a Belgian ewe.

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  • Combined genotype analysis to investigate their interaction however showed no obvious synergetic effect.

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  • He was an expert in childhood adversity, monoamine oxidase a genotype, and risk for conduct disorder.

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  • The 'Mary' sisters, for instance, might have elder Mary, the genotype, followed by Maggie, Molly, Mirian, and so on, all spaced a year or two apart.

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