Origin of geneticist
First recorded in 1910–15; genetic
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Contemporary Examples of geneticist
Darwin called the same phenomenon the “correlation of growth” and geneticist today study what they call “pleiotropic effects.”
When Ellie was 18 months old, their pediatrician, now at a loss for other explanation, suggested they return to a geneticist.
The geneticist also told them there would be a risk to Sarah in carrying a child with either syndrome.
Mark was told by his geneticist that, given her genomic configuration, Jennifer was unusually verbal, mobile, and independent.
Historical Examples of geneticist
This fact would be interpreted by the geneticist as an evidence of hybridity.
The geneticist, Piccione, drew symbols on a scratch pad and stared blankly at the wall.
British Dictionary definitions for geneticist
a person who studies or specializes in genetics
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Word Origin and History for geneticist
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A specialist in genetics.
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