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Genetically Engineered Crops: Their Potential Use for Improvement of Human Nutrition

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Potential environmental benefits of prospective genetic changes in broiler traits

Genetic association analysis of BMP5 as a potential osteoarthritis susceptibility gene

Multiple profiling of soil microbial communities identifies potential genetic markers of metal-enriched sewage sludge

Catabolic mobile genetic elements and their potential use in bioaugmentation of polluted soils and waters

Genetic and antigenic diversity of human rotaviruses: potential impact on the success of candidate vaccines

The Social Influences on the Realization of Genetic Potential for Intellectual Development*

DNA slip-outs cause RNA polymerase II arrest in vitro: potential implications for genetic instability

Approaches to Assessment of the Allergenic Potential of Novel Proteins in Food from Genetically Modified Crops

Workshop Overview: Approaches to the Assessment of the Allergenic Potential of Food from Genetically Modified Crops

Analysis of Genetic and Epigenetic Mechanisms of Toxicity: Potential Roles of Toxicogenomics and Proteomics in Toxicology

Genetic diversity for grain nutrients in wild emmer wheat: potential for wheat improvement

Genetic Variation in Performance Traits and the Potential for Host Shifts in Enchenopa Treehoppers (Homoptera: Membracidae)

Comparative genetic patterns of glioblastoma multiforme: Potential diagnostic tool for tumor classification

Estimating the Potential for Bee-Mediated Gene Flow in Genetically Modified Crops

Estimation of atrazine-degrading genetic potential and activity in three French agricultural soils

 

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The limitations imposed by the genetic constitution (genotype) of a person. See also genetic endowment.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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