|(Genetics) of an allele (one of several genes responsible for hereditary variation)||allelic|
|(about an organism) possessing stable genetic traits which are passed on to its offspring (Biology), having two identical genes||homozygous|
|(about inherited traits) in a recessive manner, without outward expression due to a dominant trait inherited from the other parent (Genetics)||recessively|
|(about inherited traits) not expressed due to a dominant trait inherited from the other parent (Genetics), controlled by recessive gene, falling at beginning of word, organism with recessive gene or trait, producing effect in certain conditions only, r...||recessive|
|(Biology) state of being heterozygous, state of containing a dissimilar pair of genes for any hereditary characteristic||heterozygosity|
|(British variant for localize) confine to a particular place; collect in particular place; identify the location of; determine the specific location of a gene within a DNA strand (Genetics)||localise|
|(Computers) international association responsible for the standard for small expansion cards used in laptop computers||PCMCIA (personal computer memory card international association)|
|(Genetics) existing outside of the main chromosome (pertaining to DNA), not carried on chromosomes||extrachromosomal|
|(Genetics) not of an allele (one of several genes which causes specific hereditary characteristics to develop)||nonallelic|
|(Genetics) of or pertaining to epistasis; caused by epistasis||epistatic|
|(Genetics) partially dominant, producing a trait that is intermediate to two different inherited traits (in heterozygotes)||semidominant|
|(Genetics) process of combining genes from different systems through cross-breeding, incorporation of genes||introgression|
|(Genetics) sex chromosome without a homologue (matching partner), single ribosome, unpaired chromosome||monosome|
|(Geology) of a mineral deposit or enrichment formed near the surface (usually by descending waters), group of closely linked genes||supergene|
|(Grammar) variation of the form (of a noun, verb, etc.); decline, descent, slope, downward slope, process of ending words, set of words that behave similarly, worsening or falling away||declension|
|(Medicine) pertaining to phenylketonuria (hereditary disease)||phenylketonuric|
|(Medicine) sickle cell anemia, hereditary disease characterized by anemia resulting from defective hemoglobin production (causes deformed red blood cells, oxygen deficiency, and circulatory problems), sickle cell trait||sicklemia|
|(Pathology) excess of porphyrins in the blood and urine (hereditary disorder), disease of metabolism||porphyria|
|a group of genes in mammals located next or near to one another that serve to make cells separate and distinguishable from those of other organisms., major histocompatibility complex||MHC|
|A title held often by the Chairman of the Board, president, vice-chairman, which is given to the person principally responsible for the activities of a company.||Chief Executive Officer(CEO)|
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