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Defective or abnormal development of an organ, especially of the gonads.
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(Biology) a condition of sterility or defective development and, in particular, the condition in which issue are sterile with each other but have the ability to engender sterile progeny with either parent
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lack of or partial fertility, as found in hybrids like the mule, which cannot breed amongst themselves but only with the parent stock. — dysgenetic, adj.See also: Heredity
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n. disgénesis, defecto, malformación hereditaria.
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