genetically genetically  /dʒə ˈnɛ tɪk li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) by genetic mechanisms

Usage(s):

  1. China is gearing up to dominate the genetically modified crop game.
  2. Put down that digital laptop and pick up that piece of genetically modifiedbroccoli.
  3. A UN conference agrees that genetically modified foods must be tagged when shipped.

News

  1. Is There Rogue Genetically Engineered Wheat In Oregon? Who Knows? Who Cares?

    A few plants of a genetically engineered wheat variety not approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for widespread commercial use allegedly have been found growing on a single, unplanted field in Oregon. It is important to emphasize “allegedly,” because there is much that remains uncertain and puzzling about this story.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Forbes

  2. Pigs fed genetically modified grain get stomach troubles, study says

    Genetically modified grain appears to harm pigs, raising disturbing questions about the effect of GMOs on human health.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: GlobalPost

  3. Genetically modified food labeling bill passes Senate

    A bill that would require Maine food retailers to put special labels on products that contain genetically modified ingredients is moving forward in the Legislature.      The Democratic-led state Senate gave initial approval to the bill on Wednesday. It faces further votes in the House and Senate.     Supporters for labeling the products say genetically modified foods pose health risks. But the ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: WMTW Portland

Quotes

  1. In the aftermath of the published remarks, Watson told an audience in London: "To all those who have drawn the inference from my words that Africa, as a continent, is somehow genetically inferior, I can only apologize unreservedly."
    on Oct 25, 2007 By: James Watson Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "It's not a genetically engineered animal; no genes have been changed or moved or deleted," Glenn said. "It's simply a genetic twin that we can then use for future matings to improve the overall health and well-being of the herd."
    on Dec 28, 2006 By: Glenn Source: Forbes

  3. "Historically, people that can come back and help you later in their careers usually have similar attributes," Wilson said. "A love for the game, a high level of intelligence, and ...... being genetically gifted. He's gifted, and he's gone...
    on Jan 19, 2009 By: Doug Wilson Source: FOXSports.com

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