Meaning of inheritability in English:


Pronunciation /ɪnhɛrɪtəˈbɪlɪti/


See inheritable

‘Results of DNA gel blot analysis and inheritability of kanamycin resistance indicated that B117 plants have two transgene copies at different loci (loci A and B) and B103 plants have a single copy.’
  • ‘Holding tight to his readers' lapels, he keeps insisting that the new insights into gender and the inheritability of intelligence aren't deterministic at all, and have the potential to make our politics more, not less, equitable.’
  • ‘This was true for every group except African-Americans, who chose inheritability as their biggest reason for supporting accounts.’
  • ‘Since relatives often share a common environment, the inheritability of a disease can also be assessed by comparing concordance rates for a disease in monozygotic and dizygotic twins.’