multigenic


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multigenic

(mŭl″tē-jĕn′ĭk, -jēn′)
Caused by, affecting, or relating to more than one gene.
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Assessment of inheritance pattern of some multigenic characters in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.).
Forrest, "Multigenic control of thyroid hormone functions in the nervous system," Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology, vol.
Shu et al., "A multigenic program mediating breast cancer metastasis to bone," Cancer Cell, vol.
Furthermore, there is limited knowledge about digenic or multigenic effects.
Plants develop multigenic responses/mechanisms for salt tolerance; these will then regulate many physiological/biochemical processes (Shabala et al., 2010; Rafique et al., 2015; Shabbir et al., 2015).
The epidemiology of SCC is complex due to the multigenic nature of the disease and the number of potential environmental agents to which animals may have been exposed.
Simultaneous targeting of multiple genes/loci by applying multiplex strategies can promote research to identify the role of individual genes in the intracellular signaling pathways and aid in the engineering of complex, multigenic agronomic traits in crops.
Sniegoski, "Modeling the complexity of genetic networks: understanding multigenic and pleiotropic regulation," Complexity, vol.
However, many of these diseases are multigenic and the IL-7R network probably accounts for only a fraction of the variation.
Macchia et al., "A mouse model demonstrates a multigenic origin of congenital hypothyroidism," Endocrinology, vol.
The combination of multigenic variants classified these patients into three risk groups and provided a basis to identify patients with LD SCLC that will benefit from chemoradiotherapy.
Coppin, "Multigenic control of hepatic iron loading in a murine model of hemochromatosis," Gastroenterology, vol.