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1 four authors, including UCSD's James Fowler, wanted to explore if politics were heritable by identifying a specific gene variant associated with political leaning.
2 is an incurable, heritable disorder affecting an estimated 400,000 people in the U.
3 Epigenetic changes are heritable changes to the regulation of a cell's genes, caused by extra molecules being attached to those genes.
4 It may be that epigenetic changes could be reinforced by mutations in the DNA, making them stable and heritable in the conventional way.
5 Personal benefits accruing from a contract entered into by an individual are heritable in accordance with the provisions of this Law.
6 Inactivated protoplasts fusion method has more advantages in breeding techniques and also it has been used effectively in parents without any heritable labels.
7 Instead they have focused on heritable personality and temperamental traits that might influence the likelihood of divorce.
8 The study of the changes in the contents and styles of the folksongs of Bulang People indicates that folksongs are heritable and developing in the course of history.
9 heritability itself is a funny thing that isn't as heritable as people often imagine.
10 We demonstrate that it is possible to significantly reduce cottonseed -gossypol levels in a stable and heritable manner.
11 Mammals appear to have taken advantage of the possibilities afforded by cytosine methylation to provide a heritable mechanism for altering DNA-protein interactions to assist in such silencing.
12 The results would not just be interesting but useful in areas such as heritable diseases.
13 It is also one of the most heritable of all mental disorders, suggesting that genetic factors play an important role in development of the disease.
14 A new study with monkeys finds that an anxious temperament is partly heritable and that it's tied to a particular brain region involved in emotion.
15 personality, along with intelligence, is at least partly heritable is becoming increasingly clear; so, presumably, the tendency to be happy or miserable is, to some extent, passed on through DNA.
16 About 4% of the population has “amusia” of one sort or another, and at least some types of amusia are known to be heritable.
17 This suggests the ability to recognize faces is heritable.
18 Rushton and his colleagues have shown that the more heritable the physical characteristics, the higher the chance of mating between individuals with those particular traits.
19 Finally we may be able to capture and study conditions like Parkinson's or Alzheimer's or heritable mental diseases in the laboratory dish for the first time.
20 this particular batch of cells is unlikely to be used for assisted reproduction because of the donor's heritable mutation, it will help scientists work the process out.
21 published in this month’s Current Biology finds that the ability to recognize faces is most likely heritable, and the research also supports the so-called modular view of the brain.
22 Because both intelligence and physical attractiveness are highly heritable, their children will be simultaneously more beautiful and more intelligent.
23 Recent work on both these fronts suggests that happiness is highly heritable.
24 The research revealed that touch sensitivity was highly heritable and connected closely with hearing ability.
25 Any heritable trait possessed by an organism which AIDS survival or reproduction is an adaptation.
26 When biologists say that humans and chimps have evolved from a common ancestor they mean that there have been successive heritable changes in the two separated populations since they became isolate.
27 If identical twins are more similar than fraternal twins, this means genes affect the trait, ie it is heritable.
28 Why are people becoming more short-sighted? The Opthalmology authors say myopia runs in families and is "highly heritable" but environmental factors play an important role too.
29 So whether you find yourself in the middle or on the edge is also partially heritable.
30 The results show that at least 10-20% of heritable variation in gene activity is due to CNVs.