Definition of genetic:
heritable, biogenetic, transmitted, matriclinous, genic, inborn, dysmerogenetic, transmittable, patrimonial, clone, inheritable, hereditary, contagious, phytogenetic, cloning, cross, inherited, generative, ancestral, transmissible, catching, xenogenetic, sporogenous, carrier, carry, abiogenetic, chromosome, familial, cross-fertilize, cross-fertilization, contractable, genetical, digenetic, deoxyribonucleic acid, communicable.
- "Black Man's Burden", Dallas McCord Reynolds.
Hence no general genetic relation exists among lines now living; only those that are nearly related and have reached approximately equal stages of organization may be regarded as branches of the same phylogenetic stock.- "A Mechanico-Physiological Theory of Organic Evolution", Carl Von Nägeli.
If genetic relation between two races is assumed, either as a reality or as a symbol, the degree of relationship is determined in a theoretically exact manner by the number and length of the phylogenetic steps which are found either between them both or between them and the common starting point, according as races belong to the same or collateral lines.- "A Mechanico-Physiological Theory of Organic Evolution", Carl Von Nägeli.