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Terminology for Transgenes

Yes, I would change to a different terminology. I would not apply the word $allele$ so, which would be confusing/misleading at best. Even if the transgene is an allele taken from an organism, I would ...
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What is the difference between ‘classical’ and ‘non-classical’ pathogen resistance genes in plants?

I edited to reflect that the reference is to classic genes rather than to classic immunity. Note that this is not a formal definition but rather an informal way of talking about the state of the ...
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Where did the term "vegetative nervous system" come from?

I think its probably not about reproduction: reproduction isn't The most conspicuous work of ANS the term ANS is supposed to be more general. Vegetative has many meanings. One of which is dull or ...
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meaning of the name "Dictyostelium discoideum"

I think your analysis is correct. Dictyostelium generally means net-like pillar. Dictyo references a net or mesh, and stele originates from the Greek stēlē: to stand or pillar. However, as you point ...
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Are there verbs for "undergo mitosis" and "undergo meiosis"?

Wiktionary suggests mitose: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/mitose.
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