Definition of Genetic endowment
1. Noun. The total of inherited attributes.
Generic synonyms: Property
Specialized synonyms: Hereditary Pattern, Inheritance
Derivative terms: Hereditary
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Literary usage of Genetic endowment
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1. The Civilization of Illiteracy by Mihai Nadin (1997)
"The genetic endowment formed in language-based practical experiences of self-constitution is not necessarily adapted to fundamentally different means of ..."
2. Psychology for Normal Schools by Lawrence Augustus Averill (1921)
"In every generation of every age this genetic endowment of the racial past is fashioned by circumstance into varying moulds which we call habits. ..."
3. Truth and Consequences of the Genetic Revolution": Human Genetic Research edited by Lisa M. Matocq (2000)
"The entire genetic endowment of an organism or individual, packaged in the chromosomes. (Gamete intrafallopian transfer) A technique involving the injection ..."
4. Clausewitzian Friction & Future War by Barry D. Watts (1996)
"... by contrast, encompasses the implicit information and processing capabilities that humans carry around inside them by virtue of their genetic endowment ..."