epigenic

epigenic

(ˌɛpɪˈdʒɛnɪk)
adj
of or pertaining to the theory of epigenesis
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This team also is examining the biomarkers of anxiety, depression, and trauma (genetic and epigenic, inflammation, and Cortisol).
This epigenic assay is distinctive from the others in that it is a tissue-based test done only after a negative prostate biopsy.
Epigenic dissolution, involves surficial features that act as interface points for descending waters that may recharge local ground water or form integrated cave networks that function as subsurface bypass features for overland flow (White 1988).
sup][42] In addition, epigenic modulation can also be a way to regulate this differentiation.
Bio-conversion of Agro-waste sugarcane trash using an Indian epigenic extension, Perionyx excavatus (Perrier).
Efforts have made in this study to stabilize the municipal sludge under laboratory conditions using submerged potential of epigenic earthworms Eisenia fetida and Eudrilus eugeniae.
Nuclear Cloning and Epigenic Reprogramming, in ESSENTIALS OF STEM CELL BIOLOGY, supra note 5, at 93, 93 (describing developmental abnormalities observed in cloned animals).
Even then, epigenic programming errors could be a problem.
Epigenic and Experimental Modifications in Early Mammalian Development: Part II, 4 HUM.
The author intends that the phrase evoke the notion that the world arises as a continuous present through the epigenic process of our living.