Definition of epigenetically in English:



See epigenetic

  • ‘The state of gene inactivation is inherited epigenetically through multiple mitoses.’
  • ‘An alternate proposal suggests that centromere functionality might be epigenetically determined by a higher-order structure dictated by underlying repeats.’
  • ‘Intelligence is an emergent property of person-in-society, not an inborn capability or an epigenetically developed trait of individuals.’
  • ‘On the other hand, gene redundancy triggers diploidization where duplicated genes may be eliminated, silenced, mutated to acquire new functions, or epigenetically regulated for tissue-specific expression.’
  • ‘In plants, numerous processes are epigenetically regulated.’