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genotype

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  • n  a group of organisms sharing a specific genetic constitution
  • n  the particular alleles at specified loci present in an organism

  • In fact, a huge number of people have the genotype that Ullsperger studied, and never have trouble learning from their mistakes: About 30% of Europeans have the allele, according .
  • A single genotype and life events couldn't be the only factors in the depression equation, could they? What about parenting styles and coping reserves built up in childhood?.
  • Spiegelgrund was one of 30 to 40 child euthanasia clinics set up by the Third Reich to carry out the Nazi doctrine of "the eradication of the pathological genotype.
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  • Esther Dyson in Trading Markets (press release)
    Esther Dyson, a director of 23andMe and an investor, said, "23andMe allows individuals to explore and potentially benefit from information related to their health, inherited features, and even unknown talents exposed in their genotype. It is our...
  • Robert Plomin in Times Online
    I am very excited about the response. The response rates from this study are extremely encouraging, especially when you consider the challenges associated with hepatitis C management and the difficult nature of the hepatitis C virus genotype 1... Frank Anderson http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Anderson_(chess_player)&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFmC0xPN0tfOT2FWZwCiqp1w9k5_A CNW Telbec (Communiqué de presse) http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.cnw.ca/fr/releases/archive/May2009/26/c7468.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGtQTgvMGz6W7_R0bprPz9rlo1iKg May 26, 2009 41596 53364 genotype Reading and mathematical ability follow a continuum - what we call disorders are not really distinct from normal variation," Professor Plomin said. "We're looking for associations between genotype and that variation."

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