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    Eckhoff, Ginkel, and Voelpel shows positive effects of diversity training in workplaces with nationality diverse teams and poor prior understanding of diversity in the workplace. Large scale immigration trends of Canada, matched with Homan’s findings, suggest domestic firms can positively generate team creativity amongst increasingly diverse firms so long as thorough attention is paid to the backgrounds of workplace teams. Nationality diversity is almost a given considering Canada’s…

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    Kerns, “Graziadio Business Review). (3) Diversity culture Pepsi has their commitment to make diversity and inclusive a way of life, PepsiCo support, community organizations to promote diversity initiatives develops long term relationship with female supplier and female employees. Cultural diversity- According to the U.S. census Bureau the national society will become older and move diverse over the next 40 years. (United…

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    supporting our findings. Thus, northern flickers do not have any or very low intrinsic barriers and do not have a preferred mate choice. Additionally, we predict based off this lack of assortative mating that the two populations will lose much of their genetic distinction overtime within the hybrid…

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    When comparing one organism to another, it can be difficult at times to identify similiarties. Our planet is home to billions of different organisms, each with unique charactersics. Within the infinitely large range of diversity, all organisms share one cominality; the backbone to all characteristic; DNA and gene expression;. Within a specific species, there are thousands of possibilities for how a specific set of DNA will be expressed. Though there are 1000s of possible combinations, a…

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    type of discrimination, and the potential loss of genetic diversity. Genetically engineering our offspring could greatly affect future generations for many years, and should never be allowed for the sake of many generations to come. Changing the way we reproduce should never be able to happen because it could change a child’s appearance and personality, create a new way to discriminate against other people, and contribute to the loss of genetic diversity. First, genetically altering our…

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    last 12 years when Hitler attempted to eliminate all Jews for the reason that, in his eyes, people with blonde hair and blue eyes would be the superior race. The desire to have one “perfect” race could arise again if science learns how to modify the genetic makeup of babies before they are born. Genetically modifying babies could also lead to a divide in social classes between those that have hand selected traits, and those that were born naturally. There would also be a potential for the class…

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    Genetic variation is necessary for evolutionary change, and refers to the differences in the composition of genes in a gene pool; examining the possible genetic variation found within populations of Blanding’s Turtles may provide meaningful insights into biology, such as being able to understand both the importance and patterns of evolution and population genetics. Without genetic variation, a loss of heterozygosity would occur, which may result in the sustainability of undesirable genes, an…

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    decrease gene diversity, meaning they can introduce new alleles or extinct some alleles. One of the forces is mutation. Mutation is when an error, replication or deletions that cause new genes to arise that neither parents has. This causes the population to become more diversity and is unpredictable. Another force of evolution is genetic drift. Genetic drift is caused when alleles are lost by random chance. It decrease gene diversity in the population. The third force of evolution is genetic…

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    known complications involved, such as plastic surgery that can cause undesired facial deconstruction later on in life. Pre-implementation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) is just another one of these procedures where perfection can be achieved. Parents are using PGD to eradicate hereditary diseases such as Huntington’s and cystic fibrosis from their children on the genetic level via in-vitro fertilization (IVF). However, people are abusing this noble, scientific breakthrough and living by the motto,…

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    In this way, socioeconomics would also be affected if genetic modification was available for the public’s use. Procedures will be expensive; in vitro fertilization already costs nearly $20,000 in the USA without any genetic testing (Regalado 31). The application of improved intelligence, spatial reasoning, and other genetic enhancements will exponentiate these expenses, making genetically elite children available only for those who can pay. This will further widen the inequality gap,…

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