Adjective(1) capable of being inherited
(1) I assume that male quality is a heritable trait that determines female fitness from mating.(2) In practice, these estates were only rarely intended to become the heritable property of daughters or female relatives.(3) The Church of Scotland Trust is undertaking a review of all heritable property owned or leased on behalf of the Church of Scotland outwith Scotland.(4) This is hardly surprising, but it was also found that age at first reproduction is a heritable characteristic.(5) The basic idea of natural selection is that a population of organisms can change over the generations if individuals having certain heritable traits leave more offspring than other individuals.(6) Nobody has suggested that a ship is prima facie heritable and I do not think such a suggestion could reasonably be made.(7) One of the long-discussed questions of evolutionary biology is whether new heritable traits originate spontaneously and independently from the influence of external conditions.(8) In it he predicted that a large molecule carrying a genetic code would explain heritable characteristics.(9) In the Highlands, however, the system of heritable jurisdictions was intertwined with a distinctive set of social arrangements.(10) There is now a balance of fully L200,000 of cash in the hands of the managers, besides the immense stock of materials, and goods, and heritable property, all paid for, and the goods daily going off in great abundance.(11) It has been previously reported that the suppression-of-variegation activity of a Y chromosome may be heritably modified in a particular genetic background.(12) Population geneticists dismiss such gene frequencies by convention and so count digit number as having no heritability .(13) Both the accuracy and precision of the estimates of dominant effects can be increased with increased sample size and heritability .(14) One section of a species may be heritably equipped to reproduce in one extreme part of its range, and another section differently equipped to deal with another extreme part of the range.(15) He mentions a new book on IQ and the heritability of criminal tendencies, among other things.(16) If you look at the heritability of depression, it's a similar kind of story.
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