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Sentence count:37Posted:2017-09-14Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: geneticgeneticsbiogeneticgeneticallygenetic codegenetic markergenetic diseasegenetic counselingMeaning: [dʒɪ'netɪsɪst]  n. a biologist who specializes in genetics. 
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1. Geneticists in Canada have discovered a clue to the puzzle of why our cells get old and die.
2. This, too, is exactly what real-life geneticists do.
3. Geneticists estimated that had they not selected for mastitis resistance the national incidence would have increased by 1.5% over that period.
4. Geneticists normally don't know how genes exert their effects on embryos.
5. In those days they would have burned geneticists at the stake.
6. Geneticists produced and analysed statistics,(sentence dictionary) primarily relating to morbidity levels among relatives of individuals suffering from schizophrenia.
7. The book was written by Dr. Cooper a geneticist.
8. Noted geneticist Snoop Dogg once said--and I'm paraphrasing here--that no matter where one goes in life, one's surroundings during one's formative years stay with one for life.
9. A Malaysian geneticist, who declined to be named, said he hopes the experiments will be carried out under rigorous safety protocols.
10. As the US geneticist Jerry Coyne declared, "... the real war is between rationality and superstition.
11. U. S. geneticist Craig - Infante said that he has found a way to replace the "petro-chemical industry" technology.
12. A geneticist will evaluate the person with Marfan syndrome and other family members.
13. The results are "intriguing," says Ary Hoffmann, a geneticist at the University of Melbourne in Australia.
14. Greider, a geneticist at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, was Blackburn's student when the two made their discovery.
15. In 2003, Mark Stoneking, a geneticist at the Max Planck Institute in Leipzig, Germany, estimated from DNA differences that the body louse evolved from the head louse about 107,000 years ago.
16. American geneticist Calvin Bridges discovered copy number variation in 1936, when he noticed that flies that inherit a duplicate copy of a gene called Bar develop very small eyes.
17. Jennifer Leonard, a geneticist at the University of Uppsala in Sweden who was not involved in the project, thinks the findings are solid.
18. Their methods are those of the anatomist and the geneticist.
19. LONDON (Reuters) - London's Science Museum has cancelled a talk by a Nobel prize-winning geneticist who suggested black people were less intelligent than white people.
20. It's one of the globe's most important food staples , said plant geneticist Pamela Ronald.
21. In the future, centenarians everywhere may also receive a call from a geneticist.
22. So in my current work, I'm collaborating with a geneticist to try to examine the full complexity of hypertension, studying both social and genetic factors.
23. "You can just as easilyflip it around, " says Jeffrey Friedman, a molecular geneticist atRockefeller University, "and ask why--despite equal access tocalories--is anyone thin?"
24. Careers in this field include ecologist, conservationist, taxonomist, horticulturist, agronomist, plant geneticist, and many others.
25. "They're sort of pear-shaped with big hind ends and smaller heads and long spindly legs and antennae, " says Nancy Moran, a geneticist at the University of Arizona.
26. In a commentary accompanying the Science papers, University of Edinburgh geneticist Mark Blaxter likened modENCODE to the Large Hadron Collider, investigating the nature of the genome's "dark matter."
27. "This is really still mysterious," said Clyde Francks, a geneticist and the lead author of a 2007 study in which Oxford University researchers identified a genetic variant linked to left-handedness.
28. Most U. S. visitors recognize some of the other figures, too, including legendary plant geneticist Luther Burbank and John Deere, whose steel plow vastly increased farm production.
29. "My long-term goal is to someday learn enough so we can manipulate the sleep pathways without damaging our health," says human geneticist Ying-Hui Fu at the University of California-San Francisco.
30. This comprehensive view of women's oral health is "very smart," says dentist and geneticist Alexandre Vieira of the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania.
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