- Biology. of or relating to epigenesis, or the successive differentiation of undifferentiated cells in an embryo.
- Genetics. noting or pertaining to epigenetics, specifically, the process by which the expression of genetic information is modified on a molecular level without a change to the DNA sequence: the epigenetic inheritance of longevity.
Origin of epigenetic
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Contemporary Examples of epigenetic
Whereas some epigenetic changes are temporary, others can be permanent, and even passed on to the next generation.How Famines Make Future Generations Fat
May 11, 2014
Historical Examples of epigenetic
Digby thus makes a good statement of epigenetic development.Medical Investigation in Seventeenth Century England
Charles W. Bodemer
Epigenetic: the period after the union of the male and female elements, during which organs are forming.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology
John. B. Smith
Now he explains candidly that he has been driven to the view that epigenetic development does not exist.The Biological Problem of To-day
- of or relating to epigenesis
- denoting processes by which heritable modifications in gene function occur without a change in the sequence of the DNA