Classical genetics

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  • Punnett Squares Lab Report

    This lab was very effective for experiencing the breeding of traits in a realistic simulation and correlating these visual presentations into the Punnett Squares. The objective of this lab was to notice and explore the key differences between genotype and phenotype. Where phenotype is the physical characteristics of a trait, and genotypes are all the possible genetic combinations an organism can obtain from its parental generation. Two mice were used in this experiment, and these two mice were the parental generation and they were the ones to create the offspring. This lab requires great observational skills in order to observe how the parental generation’s genes affected the offspring’s fur color. In order to generate a hypothesis students…

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  • Creative Biolab Essay

    C1-inhibitor associated disease Deficiency of C1-inhibitor is associated with hereditary angioedema (HAE) and acquired angioedema (AAE), Both conditions trigger recurrent angioedema which could be life threatening. Hereditary angioedema HAE is a disorder that leads to the recurrent attacks of severe swelling. This usually has an impact on patients’ arms, legs, face and intestinal tracts. The genetic defect is ascribed to the heterozygous deficiency of C1-inhibitor. Mutations have been…

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  • Red Hair Polymorphisms

    Title: HAIR GENETICS A study of DNA sequence variations in melanocortin-1-receptors or MC1R genes found many variants of amino acid found in people who were red-haired but rarely found in the non-red people. Researchers have identified 3 common amino-acid-polymorphisms associated commonly with red haired people viz., R160W, R151C, & D294H. The abbreviated names mean common amino acid types were found in positions 160 151, & 294 in proteins are arginine (R), cysteine (C), arginine & aspartic…

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  • Nature Vs Nurture Essay

    Nature versus Nurture Nature versus nurture debate talks about what determines the human behavior, either the environment in which a person is brought up or the genetic tendencies that is inherited. Meaning of Nature: Nature refers to the human traits (inscribed on genes) one gets biologically through their parents which can never be changed by any means. Our personality traits and abilities are in our nature. It is genetic inheritance and other biological factors which drive the human…

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  • Examples Of Nature Vs Nurture

    Take example of the genetic disorder PKU. This genetic disorder is a genetically inheritance of two recessive genes. A person living with PKU will be unable to break down the amino acid phenylalanine that may causing brain damage. However, if on the first 12 years, a child living with this disease is place on a low-protein diet, he will beat this serious disease. The disorder PKU is a (nature factor) did not grow because of a low diet which is an (environmental or nurture factor). One could also…

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  • Saul Mcleod's Biological Psychological Analysis

    Biological theories originally attempted to differentiate among individuals on the basis of certain innate physical traits or characteristics these being influenced by genetic or hereditary characteristics. This was one of Lombroso's largest, and most disproved theories, that individuals with more primitive appearances such as broader foreheads or more prominent chins, similar to neanderthals. More popular today though are biological traits that have the greatest effect on neurological…

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  • Analysis: Moth Flame Optimization

    flame as can be observed in the arrow labelled by 2. There are some interesting observations for this model as follow: 4.2 Genetic Algorithm (GA) Genetic theory is inspired by Darwin theory of evolution (based on survival of fittest) .Genetic Algorithm (GA) was first introduced in 1975 by Holland. Genetic Algorithm provides the necessary solution yielding the global minimum or maximum values of multidimensional and complicated functions. They are used in widely for the solution of the problems,…

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  • Polymerase Chain Concentration: The Hardy Weinberg Theory Of

    Introduction: Hardy Weinberg theory was an effective tool for recognizing the different genotypes from one generation to the next and each allele frequency. This theory notifies us by how Mendelian inheritance was the lead for all genetic variation and it can be used to follow Mendelian’s rules of segregation and the combination of alleles. Polymerase chain reaction was one of the essentials that is used in the Hardy Weinberg theory of genetic equilibrium which was used in determining the…

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  • The Central Dogma

    Introduction Information processing is crucial in all fields of science. In molecular biology, the central dogma, first devised by Francis Crick, is a classical backbone of living cells to essentially perform the processes from cell division to death through the DNA, RNA, and protein information ways. More specifically, the central dogma defines the transfer of sequence information during DNA replication, transcription into RNA, and translation into amino-acid chains forming proteins. It also…

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  • Analysis Of The Genetic Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm

    4.1 The GABC Approach for Image Segmentation The GABC is the Genetic Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm. The proposed algorithm is the implementation of ABC algorithm with the key concept of GA technique.The GABC is actually the hybrid approach of Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm and the Genetic Algorithm.In this method we extend Genetic Algorithm with Artificial Bee Colony operators i:e Employed Bees and Onlooker Bees to improve the solution space named as Genetic Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm…

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