agenesis

NOUN
  1. imperfect development; nondevelopment of a part
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How To Use agenesis In A Sentence

  • Congenital brain anomalies like microcephaly, abnormal cortical mantle formation, agenesis of the corpus callosum have been reported.
  • Because of a genetic disorder called sacral agenesis, Siggins's legs were amputated when she was young. Reality’s Believe It or Not
  • Thus, multiple rounds of mutagenesis are possible by switching the two resistance genes on and off. The Scientist
  • Alkalaemia suppresses renal ammoniagenesis, but the hydrolysis of urea by bacteria liberates ammonia that alkalises urine.
  • It has a wide cell tropism and remains extra-chromosomal, therefore minimising the risk of insertional mutagenesis.
  • The scholastic records of this college student with callosal agenesis were fair to good for courses that involved language and verbal facility, but contrastingly poor for subjects such as geometry and geography that involved spatial and related nonverbal faculties which we now commonly associate with the right hemisphere. Roger W. Sperry - Nobel Lecture
  • Evaluating the results of their experiments the Clemson researchers concluded: "Juice from strawberry, blueberry, and raspberry fruit significantly inhibited mutagenesis. Slimming Strawberries For Weight Loss
  • Comparisons with the potential source rocks of these sediments suggest little alteration during sediment transport and diagenesis.
  • What Robertson’s simulation describes is anagenesis and that is not punctuated equilibria. Evolution as Feedback? - The Panda's Thumb
  • Plants for mutagenesis were the progeny of one pair of plants from this inbred population.
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