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    Nick Johnson Mrs. Susan Stackhouse English 8 3 December 2014 Sandra Slutz, a staff scientist at Ohio University, found out that if a person is crossed hand eye dominant then they will shoot better because their dominant eye is not blocked by the basketball she also writes, “coaches need to coach from the eyes down”, since the eyes play a very important part in basketball shooting. Although, crossed hand eye dominance provides the best basketball shooting percentages, dominance-altering activities will improve same-side dominance by seven percent. There are two-types of motor skill gross motor skills and fine motor skills both of them work together to provide coordination and they are typically developed and mastered between the ages of six…

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    resources. In summary, ‘global business is where strategy meets geography’, (Spulber, 2007, p37). Throughout this text I will seek to demonstrate how Nokia co-ordinates business internationally in order to drive the company foreword. Home Country Features Nokia began its pursuit for global dominance using success in native Finland as a springboard for international expansion and technological development. After a history of industrial works, Nokia began to turn its attention to the…

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    Marshall official and public. She is unable to attain this job on her own since she had to marry a man with a better education and more wealth to achieve this dream of hers. Marisa’s character perpetuates the passive-submissive stereotype since she needs Chris in order to succeed. However, other contemporary films, such as Raising Victor Vargas, reject the passive-submissive female stereotype. In Raising Victor Vargas, the character of Judy breaks the passive-submissive stereotype when she takes…

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    Confirmation of Mendel’s Law of Segregation I. In Biology class the past few weeks we have been learning about Gregor Mendel. Gregor Mendel is often called the father of modern genetics. Mendel developed the theory of inheritance several decades before the observance of chromosomes via microscope. In Biology lab the past two weeks I completed a series of tests using fast plants, Brassica rapa. The objective of this experiment was to study the Mendelian laws of genetics as they applied to…

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    Analysis of phenotype and genotype using Phenylthiocarbamide (PTC) variation taste sensitivity Introduction Taste occurs when chemical signals stimulate taste receptor cells in the oral cavity to detect tastes such as sweet, sour, salty, bitter and umami. PTC taste sensitivity is very common substance used to study taste perception. Many studies have provided insights into tastes perception using sodium benzoate and thiourea. PTC sensitivity has often been used for practical demonstrations in…

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    Originally it was believed that all traits are blended together. Due to the work of Gregor Mendel, though, it was shown that characteristics are a result of inherited factors, known as genes1. Genes are units of heredity on a chromosome that bring about our existence and create diversity. This diversity arises from the fact that there are different forms of genes known as alleles. All the alleles of an organism are referred to as that organism’s genotype and results in an organism’s phenotype,…

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    Ectodermal Dysplasia Jonathan Moon American Fork Junior High A2 2/24/17 Abstract Ectodermal Dysplasia is a group of conditions that interfere with the normal functions of skin, hair, nails, teeth or sweat glands. These abnormalities cause various issues with everyday activities such as eating, brushing hair, exercising, and blinking. This paper will explain how this disease occurs, its symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment. Causes of ED Ectodermal Dysplasia, or ED, is a genetic disorder that…

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    “Chédiak-Higashi syndrome is an autosomal recessive immunodeficiency disorder characterized by abnormal intracellular protein transport,” (Nowicki ,“Chediak-Higashi Syndrome,” para.2). It is caused by mutations of the LYST gene which is also known as the CHS1 gene. This gene makes “a protein known as the lysosomal trafficking regulator,” (Genetics Home Reference, January 2014). They cause the lysosome to enlarge which ultimately causes problems with normal cell function. “Patients with…

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    Phenotype Fly Lab Report

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    ABSTRACT In this experiment we set up crosses between mutant and wildtype flies in order to find similarities to Mendel’s work with pea plants. We did this by placing females in vials with males and waiting one week. After one week we obtained the second generation and were able to observe the different phenotypes that resulted from the cross. We were able to count each phenotype under a microscope and record the number of each type. We used this data to calculate the chi square value, which…

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    To learn more about genetics, I conducted an experiment using Reebops to model how genetics is transferred from parents to offspring. At the beginning of my experiment I conducted four hypotheses, one for each of my four crosses. I had two monohybrid crosses and two dihybrid crosses. My first monohybrid cross hypothesis, was the antenna trait being studied is autosomal and undergoes independent assortment. My second monohybrid cross hypothesis, was the body segment trait being studied is…

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