genetotrophic


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ge·net·o·tro·phic

(jĕ-net'ō-trof'ik),
Relating to inherited individual distinctions in nutritional requirements.
[G. genesis, origin, + trophē, nourishment]

genetotrophic

/ge·neto·tro·phic/ (jĕ-net″o-tro´fik) pertaining to genetics and nutrition; relating to problems of nutrition that are hereditary in nature, or transmitted through the genes.

ge·net·o·tro·phic

(jĕ-net'ō-trō'fik)
Relating to inherited individual distinctions in nutritional requirements.
[G. genesis, origin, + trophē, nourishment]

genetotrophic

(jĕ-nĕt″ō-trōf′ĭk)
Concerning genetics and nutrition.
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Biochemical individuality III: Genetotrophic factors in the etiology of alcoholism.
Two centuries later, Roger Williams, the discoverer of pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), described biochemical individuality and the genetotrophic theory of disease.
Harrell and her associates set up this study in order to illuminate the concept of genetotrophic disease," which refers to afflictions of genetic origin that can be ameliorated by doses of one or more specific nutrients Williams, 1956).