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Genes

Genes appears in the following palindrome (phrase that reads the same backward as forward):

  • Worms, alpacas: animals’ genes’ rows worsen e.g. slam in a sac a plasm row.
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Place

Genes a.k.a. Gênes was a département of the French Consulate and of the First French Empire in present-day Italy. It was named after the city of Genoa. It was formed in 1805, when the Ligurian Republic was annexed directly to France. Its capital was Genoa.

Person

Who is Genes?

Genes a.k.a. Henri Génès was a French actor and singer. He was the symbol of the good humor of the South West of France, and he played in more than 80 movies in more than 50 years.

  • also known as Henri Genes, Genès, Henri Genés, Génès, Henry Genebès, Génès Henri
  • born on (96 years ago) in Tarbes
  • nationality: France
  • profession: Actor, singer
  • died on (10 years ago) in Paris
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Music

"Genes", from 2003, is the first album released by Dave Couse since the breakup of A House in 1997.

  • released in (13 years ago)

Writings

"Genes" is a book by Brian J. Ford.

  • genres: Nature, Science
  • subjects: Genetics, Genomics, Molecular biology, Ecology, Biochemistry, DNA

Miscellanea

Genes is a peer-reviewed open access scientific journal that is published quarterly by MDPI. It was established in March 2010. The editor-in-chief is J. Peter W. Young.

Phrases with Genes

Phrases ending with the word Genes:

  1. Dalla Genes
  2. linked genes
  3. Dalla Genes Genes
  4. Species Dalla Genes

Other phrases containing the word Genes:

  1. Dalla Genes Nona
  2. Dalla Genes Golia
  3. Dalla Genes Saleca
  4. Subspecies Dalla Genes Nona
  5. Subspecies Dalla Genes Golia
  6. Subspecies Dalla Genes Saleca

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Genes

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Google previewMechanisms of Carcinogenesis (2012)

by Elizabeth K. Weisburger

AMPLIFICATION OF GROWTH FACTOR RECEPTORS AND TUMOR PROGRESSION The aberrant expression of growth factor receptors and related genes is a frequent occurrence in many types of tumors. The epidermal growth factor ...

Google previewProkaryotic Gene Expression (1999)

by Simon Baumberg

The utilization of intragenomic recombination involving chromosomally located genes is a potentially risky strategy, since unwanted genomic rearrangements are an ever-present possibility where there is extensive duplication of homologous ...

Google previewResearch in Computational Molecular Biology (2005)

9th Annual International Conference, RECOMB 2005, Cambridge, MA, USA, May 14-18, 2005, Proceedings by Satoru Miyano, Jill Mesirov, Simon Kasif, Sorin Istrail, Pavel Pevzner, Michael Waterman

Finding this relation – a regulatory program – between regulators and regulated genes is a challenging problem since the number of possible regulatory programs grows rapidly with the number of transcription factors involved. Simplification of ...

Google previewMolecular Toxicology Protocols (2005)

by Phouthone Keohavong

Heflich Summary Determining mutant frequencies in endogenous reporter genes is a tool for identifying potentially genotoxic environmental agents and discovering phenotypes prone to genomic instability and diseases, such as cancer.

Google previewMolecular Biotechnology of Fungal Beta-Lactam Antibiotics and Related Peptide Synthetases (2004)

by Axel A. Brakhage

All these examples indicate that the transcriptional regulation of the biosynthesis genes is an important aspect of the regulation of cephalosporin C production. Undoubtedly, major regulatory effects in the biosynthesis of cephalosporin Cresult ...

Google previewRegulatory Mechanisms in Breast Cancer (2012)

Advances in Cellular and Molecular Biology of Breast Cancer by Marc E. Lippman, Robert B. Dickson

The advantage of using recombinant DNA techniques to isolate estrogen- regulated genes is that the cDNA clones can be used directly to monitor gene expression in RNA extracted from tumors. The problem with this prospective approach, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of toxicology (2005)

Dib-L] by Philip Wexler, Bruce D. Anderson

Some orf virus genes have been shown to be transcribed when infection occurs in the presence of an inhibitor of DNA synthesis and therefore fit the definition of early poxvirus genes. The transition between early and late replication events ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine: An IOC Medical Commission Publication, Genetic and Molecular Aspects of Sports Performance (2011)

by Claude Bouchard, Eric P. Hoffman

GENES,. EXERCISE,. AND. CARDIOVASCULAR. PHENOTYPES . JAMES. M. HAGBERG. Department of Kinesiology, School of Public Health, University of Maryland, College ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Genetics (2014)

by Eric C.R. Reeve

Genetic recombination Telomeres Introns Chloroplasts and mitochondria Cell cycle genes Centromeres and kinetochores: from yeast to man DNA methylation in animals and plants Genomic imprinting Genetic control of immunological ...

Google previewOphthalmic Dictionary and Vocabulary Builder (2011)

by Harold A Stein, Raymond M Stein, Melvin I Freeman

Genes are located on the chromosomes and are responsible for determining specific traits of individuals. Genotype refers to the total genetic pool of information of an individual. Phenotype refers to the total observable physical, physiologic, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Agriculture and Food Systems (2014)

DNA encoding the desired genes Plant cell Shoot regeneration followed by root regeneration Figure 2 Plant transformation via Agrobacterium and particle gun- mediated DNA delivery. coding sequence Plasmid vector sequences sequence in ...

Google previewDesk Encyclopedia of Microbiology (2010)

by Moselio Schaechter

coli chemotaxis genes. For example, R. sphaeroides possesses 5ÂcheA, 2 ÂcheB, 2ÂcheR, 3 ÂcheW, and 6ÂcheY arranged in several operons. Thirteen chemoreceptors, including ...

Google previewDictionary of Developmental Biology and Embryology (2012)

by Frank J. Dye

homeobox genes 102 homologous developmental pathways mammalian development, the homeobox has been called the Rosetta stone of developmental biology. See: TATA box. homeobox genes genes containing a homeobox domain ; ...

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Parents provide their children with genes as well as an environment, so the fact that talkative parents have kids with good language skills could simply mean that and that the same genes that make parents talkative make children articulate. (Steven Pinker)
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Scrabble value of G2E1N1E1S1

The value of this 5-letter word is 6 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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