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in·her·it·a·ble

 (ĭn-hĕr′ĭ-tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Capable of being inherited: inheritable traits; inheritable property.
2. Having the right to inherit or the capability of inheriting: an inheritable heir.

in·her′it·a·bil′i·ty n.
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We can think of the way our inheritances literally embody a transfer of part of the testator (Cobb 2009); for example, my inheritance of a great-grandmother's blue eyes, a grandfather's knees--attributes that are reproduced through sexual reproduction and passed down through generations (and herein lies the problematic social and scientific belief in the inheritability of race coded in the language of genetics, forcefully critiqued by scholars such as Dorothy Roberts [1997] and Kim TallBear [2013]).
She believed that 57 personality inheritability of geekiness is a combination of the parents' geeky traits that are passed down, as well as mutations that occur in the sperm of older fathers.
This study focused on sequencing protein-coding regions from members of a known family as well as high throughput sequencing of DNA and cDNA from somatic and gonadal tissue to explore the origin, extent, and inheritability of heteroplasmic sequences in the blue crab.
In so doing, a biological account of race and its inheritability through the transmission of the genetic material of gametes veil the intimate gestational tie of the baby with the surrogate created through nine months of labor.
A somatic correction would most likely be directed to a subpopulation of cells that are both accessible and critical for the manifestation of the most severe disease symptoms but would not impact inheritability of the disorder.
Indeed, natural plant populations show a high variability in flower size with a significant inheritability (Andersson & Widen, 1993; Galen, 1996; Ashman & Majestic, 2006).
Gregory Mankiw (2013a) observes that low social mobility could occur even if there were equality of opportunity because of the inheritability of talent, intellect, and interpersonal skills.
Among the popular loopholes that will be addressed, he predicted, will be the tax-free inheritability of stretch IRAs and 401(k)s, requiring that Roth IRAs be subjected to a required minimum distribution rule and treating all distributions from S corps and partnerships as ordinary income subject to income tax.
alongside the inheritability of the non-citizenship status, (11) that
Some people may have a genetic vulnerability to the hypothetical schizovirus; inheritability would lie in contracting the specific virus.