X-linked

ADJECTIVE
  1. relating to genes or characteristics or conditions carried on the X chromosome
    an X-linked mutation
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  • This could currently buy an index-linked standard annuity of 48 a year. Times, Sunday Times
  • I have a state pension but my husband has an index-linked pension.
  • She also found a sex-linked effect with initial sonorants vs. obstruents: obstruents were hotter on males, sonorants on females, though only the female effect was significant.
  • These include savings certificates, index-linked accounts, savings bonds for children and pensioners and premium bonds.
  • The fourth issue for Irish corporates that provide index-linked pensions is the fact that in Ireland, inflation is running at about twice the European average.
  • However, even if an alteration in this gene is not found, a child can still have a diagnosis of X-linked lymphoproliferative syndrome (XLP) based on the clinical symptoms and other laboratory test results. X-linked Lymphoproliferative Syndrome
  • The sheer expense of funding pensions - especially of the index-linked variety to which public servants are entitled - is astronomical.
  • Unless there is a risk of a baby being born with a sex-linked condition such as haemophilia, therefore, she is against being able to choose the sex of your child.
  • The term gender encompasses features of males and females that are socially constructed, distinct from those features that are biologically determined (sex-linked).
  • These defects, which include conditions such as hemophilia and color-blindness, are called X-linked because the genes are carried on the X chromosome.
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