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  1. Done once ASD is diagnosed, particularly when other symptoms already suggest a, genetic ,cause. Consensus guidelines in the US and UK are limited to high-resolution
  2. Genetic engineering Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) are organisms whose, genetic ,material has been altered by genetic engineering techniques generally known as
  3. Of the Price equation, which is a mathematical equation used to study, genetic ,evolution. An interesting example of altruism is found in the cellular slime
  4. Fed their brood using nymphs and silkworm feces, and ate them. A fortunate, genetic ,mutation of carp led to the emergence of goldfish during the Tang Dynasty.
  5. Economists concerned with GMO practices such as terminator seeds, which is a, genetic ,modification that creates sterile seeds. Terminator seeds are currently under
  6. A group of genes). Name" Collins"/> name" Basic glossary on, genetic ,/IN"> epidemiology"/> Sometimes, different alleles can result in different observable
  7. And MS both involve autoimmune declination, they differ in many clinical, genetic , imaging, and histopathological aspects. Some authors consider MS and its
  8. Modified tomatoes to be more resistant to mechanical handling. More recently, genetic ,engineering is being employed in various parts of the world, to create crops
  9. C3 carriers among the Ainu may reflect a certain degree of unidirectional, genetic ,influence from the Sikhs, a traditionally nomadic people of northern Sakhalin
  10. Programs of therapy. As late as the mid-1970s there was little evidence of a, genetic ,role in autism; now it is thought to be one of the most heritable of all
  11. A ribosome. The order in which the amino acids are added is read through the, genetic ,code from an mRNA template, which is an RNA copy of one of the organism's genes
  12. Factor has been investigated, the smaller the size of the residue open to the, genetic ,explanation has tended to become. According to many scholars it only comprises
  13. To share a common basic vocabulary of the type normally present in cases of, genetic ,relationship. In 2003,the Etymological Dictionary of the Altaic Languages
  14. Of the American continent. This gradient appears as the third most important, genetic ,movement (in other words, the third principal component of genetic variation)
  15. And symbolic language makes it hard to trace their mutual influences and ", genetic ," relationships. One can distinguish at least three major strands, which appear
  16. Pens, where they can interbreed with their wild counterparts, diluting wild, genetic ,stocks. Escaped fish can become invasive, out competing native species. Coastal
  17. Defined either by a family history of MND or by testing positive for a known, genetic ,mutation associated with the disease. The following genes are known to be
  18. From a single patriarch, Aaron,was found to be apparently consistent with, genetic ,testing. The majority of Jewish men with the tradition of being Khan, but
  19. Called" fieldwork. " On the biological or physical side, human measurements, genetic ,samples, nutritional data may be gathered and published as articles or
  20. Organisms (GMO) are organisms whose genetic material has been altered by, genetic ,engineering techniques generally known as recombinant DNA technology. Genetic
  21. Population. Hence, a substantial fraction of autism cases may be traceable to, genetic ,causes that are highly heritable but not inherited: that is, the mutation that
  22. Traditional foods. This suggests arachnophobia may be a cultural, rather than, genetic ,trait. In Western societies as many as 55 % of females and 18 % of males are
  23. And Masonic but not Turkic or Mongolic, and Doer fer (1988) rejects all the, genetic ,claims over these major groups. In 2003,Claus Echoing published a critical
  24. Arid and rely upon constant irrigation, and on large scale farms. However, genetic ,engineering of plants has proven to be controversial. Many issues surrounding
  25. Of agricultural science began with Gregor Mendel's, genetic ,work, but in modern terms might be better dated from the chemical fertilizer
  26. Cloned DNA. *Analysis of PCR products,e.g. in molecular genetic diagnosis or, genetic ,fingerprinting *Separation of restricted genomic DNA prior to Southern transfer
  27. Of delayed responses in the brain's processing of auditory signals. In the, genetic ,area, relations have been found between autism and schizophrenia based on
  28. To specific (often single) causes, for example bacteria, viruses,or, genetic ,conditions. In contrast to the approach of evidence-based medicine which is
  29. Of civilization. Altering crops through breeding practices changes the, genetic ,make-up of a plant to develop crops with more beneficial characteristics for
  30. Such as Image. An allele (or) is one of two or more forms of a gene or a, genetic ,locus (generally a group of genes). Name" Collins"/> name" Basic
  31. Like eye contact may be inappropriate for a different culture. Although, genetic ,screening for autism is generally still impractical, it can be considered in
  32. Have been investigated, with the most evidence for the role of serotonin and of, genetic ,differences in its transport. Others have pointed to a role for group I
  33. Thus, they emulate reproduction and" survival of the fittest ". In, genetic ,programming, this approach is extended to algorithms, by regarding the
  34. Electromyography (EMG),magnetic resonance imaging (MRI),and sometimes, genetic ,testing are useful to rule out other disorders that may mimic MND. However, the
  35. Are common in children with autism. And ASD is associated with several, genetic ,disorders. *Mental retardation. The fraction of autistic individuals who also
  36. Corn yields in eastern Colorado by 400 to 500 % from 1940 to 1997. The, genetic ," yield potential" has increased for wheat, but the yield potential for rice
  37. However, domesticated almonds are not toxic; Jared Diamond argues that a common, genetic ,mutation causes an absence of glucoside amygdala, and this mutant was grown by
  38. Objects. Causes It has long been presumed that there is a common cause at the, genetic , cognitive, and neural levels for autism's characteristic triad of symptoms.
  39. The buffering capacity of the solution. Further, different preparations of, genetic ,material may not migrate consistently with each other, for morphological or
  40. Sign language. From 1690 to the mid-20th century there was a high rate of, genetic ,deafness on Martha’s Vineyard caused by the founder effect. It afforded almost
  41. And UK are limited to high-resolution chromosome and fragile X testing. As new, genetic ,tests are developed several ethical, legal,and social issues will emerge.
  42. A few families worldwide. Future research is concentrating on identifying new, genetic ,mutations and the clinical syndrome associated with them. Familial MND may also
  43. Advances have made it possible to develop new research fields, including, genetic , engineering,astrophysics, improved statistical analysis, and precision farming.
  44. Extensive X-ray and ultraviolet induced mutagenesis efforts (i.e. primitive, genetic ,engineering) during the 1950s produced the modern commercial varieties of
  45. The patent protection given to companies that develop new types of seed using, genetic ,engineering. Since companies have intellectual ownership of their seeds, they
  46. Important genetic movement (in other words, the third principal component of, genetic ,variation) in Eurasia (after the" Great expansion" from Africa, which has a
  47. Properties of amino acids The 20 amino acids encoded directly by the, genetic ,code can be divided into several groups based on their properties. Important
  48. Burden in older sperm, and the hypothesis that men marry later if they carry, genetic ,liability and show some signs of autism. Several other conditions are common in
  49. Mapping of cloned DNA. *Analysis of PCR products,e.g. in molecular, genetic ,diagnosis or genetic fingerprinting *Separation of restricted genomic DNA prior
  50. Or standard amino acids. Of these,20 are encoded by the universal, genetic ,code. Eight standard amino acids are called" essential" for humans because

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