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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of genetic marker

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 marker:
/d͡ʒənɛtɪk mɑɹkɹ̩/

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 marker

noun
plural: markers
Noun
1
some conspicuous object used to distinguish or mark something
  1. the buoys were markers for the channel
Hyponymsbookmark, yard marker,
Hypernymsartifact,
Type ofartefact, artifact,
Typesbookmark, bookmarker, yard marker,
See alsomark,
2
a distinguishing symbol
  1. the owner's mark was on all the sheep
Synonymsmarking, mark,
Hyponymsauthentication, brand, broad arrow, cairn, earmark, label, milestone, peg, postmark, spot, trademark, watermark,
Hypernymssymbol,
Type ofsymbol,
Typesassay-mark, authentication, brand, broad arrow, cairn, earmark, hallmark, label, milepost, milestone, peg, pin, pip, postmark, spot, trademark, watermark,
See alsomark,
3
a writing implement for making a mark
Hyponymshighlighter,
Hypernymswriting implement,
Type ofwriting implement,
Typeshighlighter,
See alsomark,

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  1. little genetic marker in there then I'm
  2. Madison remembered that the dry-erase marker has a pigment that will help us remove the permanent marker.
  3. Marker pens, marker pens!
  4. When subjected to a genetic marker test, this mans remains revealed high levels of European
  5. Rosanski. I've got some marker paper here, which is nice and this marker paper is by
  6. So u can revive a dryed out marker with some rubbing alchol just take the end of the marker and use a dropper to drop some rubbing alcohol
  7. Ni is the subject marker meaning I na is the present tense marker penda equals love and kula equals eating.
  8. an is the oblique case marker and also the plural marker. And dibnim is see
  9. Word for word it's: Pirdu - focus marker - house - object marker - topic marker - build - past suffix - third personal singular subject
  10. continuous marker tey is the past marker
  11. subject marker and i'll talk more about that in a minute here celie is a verb because it's followed by the direct object marker
  12. with a specific genetic marker of RPE65.
  13. NORWOOD: Mrs. Haight has the genetic marker
  14. Genetic Diagnosis or Preimplantation Genetic Screening where these embryos are then tested
  15. but you can see that the genetic variation, the genetic coalescence, of alleles goes back even farther.
  16. Is you're skewing sex ratios you can get genetic bottlenecking what can cause crashes and quite frankly if you're a genetic male
  17. such as a Blick permanent marker, or a Sharpie marker.
  18. But your purling, and to place a marker, you just need a little ring marker like this,
  19. Since these tools (worksite marker, forestry marker or line marker) are tools that are made to write or to spot
  20. coinheritance in families of a trait and a genetic marker