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hereditary [listen] erblich; hereditär {adj}

hereditary title erblicher Titel {m}

hereditary factors; hereditary characteristics Erbanlagen {pl}

hereditary defect Erbfehler {m}

hereditary enemy Erbfeind {m}

hereditary enemies Erbfeinde {pl}

hereditary defect; hereditary injury; damage to the inherited characteristics Erbgutschaden {m} [biochem.]

hereditary defects; hereditary injuries; damages to the inherited characteristics Erbgutschäden {pl}

hereditary disease Erbkrankheit {f} [med.]

hereditary diseases Erbkrankheiten {pl}

hereditary prince Erbprinz {m} [hist.]

hereditary princes Erbprinzen {pl}

gene; unit of heredity; hereditary factor [listen] Gen {n}; Erbanlage {f}; Erbfaktor {m} [biochem.]

genes; units of heredity; hereditary factors Gene {pl}; Erbanlagen {pl}; Erbfaktoren {pl}

floxed gene gefloxtes Gen

sex-influenced gene geschlechtsbeeinflusstes Gen

sex-limited gene geschlechtsbeschränktes Gen

homeotic gene homöotisches Gen

hox gene Hox-Gen {n}

maternal effect gene Maternaleffekt-Gen {n}

mobile gene; jumping gene; transposable element; transposon mobiles Gen; spingendes Gen; Transposon {n}

mutant gene Mutantengen {n}

mutator gene; mutator Mutator-Gen {n}; Mutator {m}

paired-box gene; pax gene PAX-Gen {n}

outlaw gene Renegaten-Gen {n}

tumour suppressor gene Tumorsuppressor-Gen {n}

multigenic mehrere Gene betreffend

to switch on specific genes bestimmte Gene einschalten / anschalten

to switch off; to silence protective genes schützende Gene ausschalten / abschalten

nobility; aristocracy [listen] Adel {m}; Aristokratie {f} [soc.]

to be a member of the nobility von Adel sein

low nobility/aristocracy; gentry [Br.] niederer Adel

the nobility and the gentry [Br.] der hohe und niedere Adel

intellectual elite geistiger Adel

money aristocracy Geldristokratie {f}

Noblesse oblige. Adel verpflichtet.

hereditary nobility/aristocracy [listen] Erbadel {m}

nobility/aristocracy by birth Geburtsadel {m}

nobility/asristocracy by blood Geblütsadel {m}

landed nobility/aristocracy Landadel {m}

nobility of the sword; nobles of the sword Schwertadel {m}

ancient nobility/aristocracy [listen] Uradel {m}

aristocracies Adligen {pl}; Adeligen {pl}; Adlige

sb.'s building right; sb.'s right to erect buildings jds. Baurecht {n} (subjektives Recht) [jur.]

hereditary building right; heritable building right Erbbaurecht {n}

chorea Chorea {f}; Veitstanz {m} [obs.] (Morbus saltatorius) [med.]

orthochorea Chorea bei aufrechter Körperhaltung

progressive hereditary chorea; degenerative adult hereditary chorea; Huntington's chorea; Huntington's disease chronisch progressive hereditäre Chorea; Huntington'sche Chorea; Huntington-Krankheit (Morbus Huntington)

laryngeal chorea Kehlkopfchorea {f}

epidermolysis Epithelablösung {f}; Oberhautablösung {f} mit Blasenbildung; Nikolskisches Zeichen {n}; Epidermolyse {f}; Epidermolysis {f} [med.]

bullous epidermolysis; Köbner's disease; Goldscheider's disease Epidermolysis bullosa

dystrophic bullous epidermolysis Epidermolysis bullosa dystrophica

lethal hereditary bullous epidermolysis Epidermolysis bullosa hereditaria letalis

simple bullous epidermolysis Epidermolysis bullosa simplex

dysplasia of a joint; arthrodysplasia Gelenksdeformation {f}; Gelenksfehlbildung {f}; Gelenksdysplasie {f} [med.]

hereditary deformity of a joint angeborene Gelenksdeformation {f}

deformity of the elbow joint; dysplasia of the elbow joint; ellbow dysplasia Ellenbogengelenksfehlbildung {f}; Ellenbogengelenksdysplasie {f}

monarchy Monarchie {f} [pol.]

monarchies Monarchien {pl}

absolute monarchy absolute Monarchie

constitutional monarchy konstitutionelle Monarchie

hereditary constitutional monarchy konstitutionelle Erbmonarchie

military monarchy Militärmonarchie {f}

the Danube Monarchy die Donaumonarchie [hist.]

sb.'s disposition (to sth.) jds. Veranlagung {f}; Anlage {f}; Neigung {f}; Disposition {f} [geh.] (für / zu etw.) [biol.] [med.] [psych.] [listen] [listen]

hereditary disposition erbliche Veranlagung; genetische Veranlagung

to have an artistic disposition künstlerisch veranlagt sein; eine künstlerische Neigung haben
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