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]
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ge·net·o·tro·phic

(jĕ-net'ō-trō'fik)
Relating to inherited individual distinctions in nutritional requirements.
[G. genesis, origin, + trophē, nourishment]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

genetotrophic

(jĕ-nĕt″ō-trōf′ĭk)
Concerning genetics and nutrition.
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Williams invented the term "genetotrophic disease" to describe diseases which result when genetically determined nutritional needs are not met by an individual's diet, resulting in poor gene expression (29) and the loss of adaptive physiologic control.
Individual Metabolic Patterns, Alcoholism, Genetotrophic Diseases.
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).