(1) Alleles in this region can be exchanged between X and Y chromosomes and are therefore inherited as if autosomal.
(2) Seven males have been observed carrying both inherited tritan and red-green defects.
(3) Pedigree studies have suggested that there may be an inherited predisposition to many apparently nonfamilial colorectal cancers and a genetic model of tumorigenesis in common colorectal cancer has been proposed that includes the activation of dominantly acting oncogenes and the inactivation of growth suppressor genes.
(4) In neither case has a significant elevation in inherited genetic effects or cancer been detected in the offspring of exposed individuals.
(5) When power-transformed scores are used to eliminate skewness, there is evidence for one distribution and it is not possible to distinguish single gene from multifactorial (polygenic or cultural) inheritance.
(6) Asymptomatic relatives that have inherited the disease probably can be detected with this method.
(7) This recently reported inherited syndrome should be recognized by pathologists because of major risk of cardiac myxoma.
(8) This situation highlights the potential importance of molecules with different inheritance patterns in elucidating complex cases of reticulate evolution.
(9) Approximately 20 inherited disorders of kidney transport occurring in man have so far been defined.
(10) Neurospora crassa mitochondrial deoxyribonucleic acid shows strict uniparental inheritance in sexual crosses, with a notable absence of mixtures and recombinant types that appear frequently in heteroplasmons.
(11) The overall results indicate an inherited impairment of 3-HSD activity confined only to C-21 steroid substrates and, thus, suggest the existence of at least two 3-HSD isoenzymes under independent genetic regulation.
(12) About one out of three profoundly deaf children has an autosomal recessive form of inherited deafness.
(13) In considering nutrition and circadian rhythms, time-of-eating behavior is an inherited, genetically controlled pattern that can be phase-shifted by conditioning or training.
(14) Given the financial crisis this government inherited, we had no choice but to make significant savings.
(15) The pupils at the Royal Blind School, Edinburgh, were surveyed and it was found that 40% of the 100 pupils had definitely inherited severe eye disease.
(16) However, as the males have not reproduced, it is not possible to rule out X-linked dominant inheritance.
(17) However, family members born at 50% risk can find out if they have inherited the mutant gene only if family analyses are possible.
(18) Proposed models for the inheritance of locus-specific methylation phenotypes in somatic cells include those in which there is stable inheritance of a methylation pattern such that all cells contain a similarly methylated locus, as well as models in which the inheritance of methylation can be variable.
(19) It inherited an economy that was growing quite strongly but activity came to an abrupt halt last autumn and has flatlined ever since.
(20) An autosomal recessive mode of inheritance of this deficiency was found.
(n.) A gift of property by will, esp. of money or personal property; a bequest. Also Fig.; as, a legacy of dishonor or disease.
(n.) A business with which one is intrusted by another; a commission; -- obsolete, except in the phrases last legacy, dying legacy, and the like.
(1) His son, Karim Makarius, opened the gallery to display some of the legacy bequeathed to him by his father in 2009, as well as the work of other Argentine photographers and artists – currently images by contemporary photographer Facundo de Zuviria are also on show.
(2) All former US presidents set up a library in their name to house their papers and honour their legacy.
(3) But the condition of edifices such as B30 and B38 - and all the other "legacy" structures built at Sellafield decades ago - suggest Britain might end up paying a heavy price for this new commitment to nuclear energy.
(4) Even so, the release of the first-half figures could help clear the way for the chancellor, George Osborne, to start selling off the taxpayer’s 79% stake in the bank, a legacy of the institution’s 2008 bailout.
(5) His greatest legacy, besides his three children, is the joy and happiness he offered to others, particularly to those fighting personal battles.
(6) The only explanation he can come up with is that Cameron is worried about his legacy.
(7) These tacos, the legacy of the city's many Lebanese immigrants, a variation of shawarma , the grilled marinated meat dish popular throughout the Middle East.
(8) But the genius of the High Line was to revive and repurpose a decaying piece of legacy infrastructure, and by doing so to revitalise several moribund districts of Manhattan, whereas the garden bridge would be new-build in an already vibrant part of London.
(9) It brought back Thatcher biographer Hugo Young's words for a front page portrait that offered criticism as well as praise for her legacy.
(10) Never camera-shy, he also leaves his legacy on celluloid too.
(11) Flats by the basketball arena, which will be the site of the first ‘legacy neighbourhood’, Chobham Manor.
(12) We still have at our disposal the rational interpretive skills that are the legacy of humanistic education, not as a sentimental piety enjoining us to return to traditional values or the classics but as the active practice of worldly secular rational discourse.
(13) "We are not leaving them an adequate legacy of homes.
(14) "EA's next CEO inherits a company beset by a broad range of legacy problems created not just by difficult retail market conditions but also by its own hand," says Nick Gibson an analyst at Games Investor Consulting Ltd. "It has been too eager to use major acquisitions – Jamdat, Playfish, Bioware, PopCap etc – to try to accelerate growth or gain early leadership positions in emerging markets, often overpaying by substantial amounts for companies that subsequently fail to deliver what EA expected they would."
(15) This is why in the end it won’t be the euro or the Ukrainian war that defines Merkel’s legacy.
(16) While building a structure that would enable us to realise our strategic vision was crucial, saying goodbye to close colleagues – some of whom had been with our legacy organisations for over a decade – was really hard.
(17) Commercialised … one of the new murals commissioned by the Legacy List, by Dutch collective Graphic Surgery.
(18) A key part of the legacy vision espoused by Lord Coe that helped to win the Games was the promise to use the 2012 Olympics to inspire more young people to play sport.
(19) The legacy of half a century of the voting rights struggle also hangs in the balance.
(20) He is currently writing Pan-Africanism: A History Facebook Twitter Pinterest Juliet Gardiner: ‘Britain’s greatly diminished power will be his legacy’ In 1848, the French politician Ledru Rollin is reputed to have said: “There go the people.