modern genetics

mod·ern ge·net·ics

that body of method and analysis that perceives genetics as the study of the economy of nucleic acids and associated compounds.
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Genome-wide genetic associations with complex diseases are at the forefront of modern genetics," Coetzee said.
Using modern genetics and computing technologies researchers will digitally repopulate the ancient country, monitoring its development over 5,000 years to reveal important clues about how our ancestors made the critical move from hunter-gathering into farming.
th] anniversary of Gregor Johann Mendel, the father of modern genetics.
Modern genetics is recycling 19th-century debates over the biology of race, but as the foreword writer notes, the meaning of 'race' really has more to do with the social ideology of what group is used as the litmus test for race.
But have you checked modern genetics like on the BBC website?
To understand the genetic basis of this difference, Burke and his colleagues began by using the same plant crossing techniques that Gregor Mendel, a 19th century contemporary of van Gogh, used to lay the foundation of modern genetics.
But modern genetics have a place in modern ethical decisions.
Gregor Mendel, a Catholic monk, is considered to be the father of modern genetics (not Darwin
Mendel was a monk who is credited as being the father of modern genetics.
Modern genetics is challenging, and, when using traditional materials, many students struggle to understand the fundamentals and connect their new knowledge with the real world.
However, more care needs to be taken in particular to justify associating Aristotelian biology with modern genetics.
The third, All in the genes shows how modern genetics both illuminates Darwin's theory and offers it further support.