Ecogenetics

Ecogenetics is a branch of genetics that studies genetic traits related to the response to environmental substances. Or, a contraction of ecological genetics, the study of the relationship between a natural population and its genetic structure.{citation needed|date=December 2011} ...
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ecogenetics

Study of the influence of hereditary factors on the effects of xenobiotics on individual organisms.
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Ecogenetics

Ecogenetics: The interaction of genetics with the environment. The genetic disease PKU (phenylketonuria) provides an illustration of ecogenetics. Persons with PKU lack an enzyme to process an amino acid (phenylalanine) and so require a special environment: a diet low in phenylalanine.
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ecogenetics

The interaction of genetics with the environment. The genetic disease PKU (phenylketonuria) provides an illustration of ecogenetics. Persons with PKU lack an enzyme to process an amino acid (phenylalanine) and so require a special environment: a diet low in phenylalanine. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Ecogenetics

A branch of genetics that studies how (acquired or inherited) genetic factors influence human and animal susceptibility to environmental health risks. Ecogenetics interacts with ecology, molecular genetics,
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