[ US /əˈɫɛɫɪk/ ]
  1. of or relating to alleles
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How To Use allelic In A Sentence

  • In contrast to the human situation this gene displays reduced allelic variation.
  • To rule out the possibility that the allelic difference was caused by the genetic background, we outcrossed the chic-carrying chromosome with a multiply marked chromosome and replaced 60% of the chic chromosome.
  • The map positions indicate that the affected genes are not allelic.
  • Positions are defined independently of the allelic states of the genes that reside there.
  • Note that the allelic state for a pair of lineages is represented by two numbers in brackets.
  • I stand firm in my conviction that natural selection, sexual reproduction and undirected allelic mutation have played no role whatsoever in organic evolution except to serve as guarantees of extinction for all organisms that practiced only those losing strategies. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • However, it is equally possible that differences in allelic strength or perdurance of maternal contributions obscures the full range of phenotypes on the several components.
  • The technique is intended to integrate Mendelian transmission genetics, allelic frequency, and penetrance with the patterns of covariance expected in polygenic inheritance.
  • Microsatellite loci appear to be distributed throughout vertebrate genomes and can demonstrate high levels of intraspecific allelic polymorphism.
  • When a population is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, it is possible to track the genotypic composition of the population by directly tracking the allelic frequencies (or gametic frequencies). Population Genetics
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