hereditist

hereditist

(həˈrɛdɪtɪst)
n
1. (Biology) any person who places the role of heredity above that of the environment as the determining factor in human or animal behaviour
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hereditist

a believer in the theory that heredity, more than environment, determines nature, characteristics, etc.
See also: Heredity
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Now that Scottish football at the top level - that, anyway is what they'd call Celtic versus Rangers (Match of the Day Live, BBC1) - is played mostly by folk from more advanced soccer civilisations hereditists would expect a bit less passion and a lot more fashion.