Difference between familial and internecine
- relating to or having the characteristics of a family
- occurring among members of a family usually by heredity
Environmental factors can determine the phenotypic presentation of familial Alzheimer's disease.
Introduction Familial occurrence of chronic inflammatory bowel disease has been reported in several studies during the past decades.
The nonfamilial work showed a strong relationship between the NPY gene variants associated with coronary disease, according to the study published in the Jan. 2 online edition of PLoS Genetics.
- (of conflict) within a group or organization
- characterized by bloodshed and carnage for both sides
But if you believe that the real fight for power today is an internecine one taking place within the Labour Party rather than between political parties, it seems more than feasible.
British subjectivity posed by the American crisis is that the people most like them not only take up arms in internecine strife but form an alliance with the
Centuries ago the Old Empire fell to an internecine civil war, destroyed by the sorcerers known as poets, wielding the powers of ideas given human form and volition, the andat.