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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of genetic code

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of genetic code:
/d͡ʒənɛtɪk kowd/

Derived Form of genetic

adjective
comparitive: more genetic
superlative: most genetic
Adjective
1
of or relating to or produced by or being a gene
  1. genic combinations
  2. genetic code
Synonymsgenic, genetical,
See alsogene,
2
pertaining to or referring to origin
  1. genetic history reconstructs the origins of a literary work
3
of or relating to the science of genetics
  1. genetic research
Synonymsgenetical,
See alsogenetically, genetics,
4
tending to occur among members of a family usually by heredity
Synonymsfamilial, hereditary, inherited, transmissible, transmitted,
Similarheritable, inheritable,
Adjective satellite
1
occurring among members of a family usually by heredity
  1. an inherited disease
  2. familial traits
  3. genetically transmitted features
Synonymsfamilial, hereditary, inherited, transmitted, transmissible,

Derived Form of code

noun
plural: codes
verb
third person: codes
past: coded
past participle: coded
present participle: coding
Noun
1
a set of rules or principles or laws (especially written ones)
Synonymscodification,
Hyponymsbuilding code, Bushido, dress code, fire code, Highway Code, legal code, omerta, sanitary code,
Hypernymswritten communication,
Type ofwritten communication, written language,
Typesbuilding code, Bushido, dress code, fire code, health code, Highway Code, legal code, omerta, sanitary code,
See alsocodify,
2
a coding system used for transmitting messages requiring brevity or secrecy
Hyponymsaccess, area code, bar code, cipher, color code, Morse, ZIP code,
Hypernymscoding system,
Type ofcoding system,
Typesarea code, bar code, cipher, color code, colour code, cryptograph, cypher, international Morse code, Morse, Morse code, postal code, postcode, secret code, Universal Product Code, zip code,
3
(computer science) the symbolic arrangement of data or instructions in a computer program or the set of such instructions
Synonymscomputer code,
Hyponymsaddress, American Standard Code for Information Interchange, binary code, error correction code, firmware, instruction, machine code, object code, operation code, software,
Hypernymscoding system,
Type ofcoding system,
Typesaddress, American Standard Code for Information Interchange, ASCII, binary code, command, computer address, ECC, error correction code, firmware, instruction, machine code, machine language, microcode, object code, operation code, order code, package, program line, software, software package, software system, statement,
Verb
1
attach a code to
  1. Code the pieces with numbers so that you can identify them later
Hypernymstag,
Type oflabel, mark, tag,
2
convert ordinary language into code
  1. We should encode the message for security reasons
Synonymsencipher, cipher, cypher, encrypt, inscribe, write in code,
Hypernymsencode,
Type ofwrite,
See alsocoder, coding,

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  1. this video is supported by 23andMe, a company that reads sections of your genetic code
  2. And this was before the unravelling of the genetic code,
  3. She then tried to use Wolverines genetic code to create a living planet with his mutant
  4. helps us to decode the genetic code and synthesises proteins.
  5. Phages do this by inserting their own genetic code into the bacteria and taking them over to use them as factories.
  6. SIXGILL'S GENETIC CODE.
  7. Zuck has my genetic code! Ready to clone me, and replace me with a compliant artificial intelligence.
  8. fascism, or that in the near future, Zuck will be able to target ads to us, based on our genetic code.
  9. and change one letter in its genetic code and it becomes infective in humans.
  10. code is more important than the genetic code and that's a real strength of Humanwide
  11. if you fast forward to the 1960s, was of course the elucidation of the genetic code and understanding
  12. Marshall Nirenberg and his accomplishments in elucidating the genetic code and putting
  13. elucidation of the genetic code, something that took place in part on this campus.
  14. Now, a genotype, in essence, is a genetic code that makes up our physical traits, should
  15. However, the genetic code behind that phenotype, what we call the genotype could be different.
  16. The viruss genetic code could offer clues to its origins and spread.
  17. same genetic code to have nucleotides correspond
  18. in the genetic code that means threonine. There were tree codons
  19. We get out the genetic code, which Gobind Khorana and
  20. polyphenylalanine. So that's the first cracking of the genetic code,