In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1gen masculinegene masculinehe's very stubborn — it's in the genes — es muy tozudo — es de familia
- before noun gene bank — banco genético
- gene mutation — mutación genética
- gene splicing — acoplamiento de genes
- The child will be a carrier of the trait if only one gene from the parents is transmitted.
- The condition is rare and is caused by the inheritance of an abnormal gene from an affected parent.
- In other mollusks a relatively small number of mitochondrial genes are transcribed from the second strand.
- If your genes code for grey hair at a later time, you will become grey as you get older.
- Nowadays, the phrase is extended to mean the ability to pass on one's genes to one's offspring.
- Karma helps to imprint a code on the soul, similar to the genetic code on the genes.
- The accessory gland protein-coding genes were isolated in such a way that favors overrepresentation of highly expressed genes.
- Each of these species contains opsin genes which are not expressed in the adult retina.
- The new analysis confirmed the existence of 1,098 protein-coding genes on the X chromosome.
- Proteins encoded by the abnormal genes are then identified and their interactions studied by pathway analyses and probable functions deduced.
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