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Genetics TXT Book By Leader Biology Class
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This book is a student-created genetics themed book, written in the form of text message conversations. Each chapter represents a human chromosome and includes original artwork from students involved.
Genetics TXT Book By Leader Biology Class
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This book is a student-created genetics themed book, written in the form of text message conversations. Each chapter represents a human chromosome and includes original artwork from students involved.
Statistical Problems in Genetics and Molecular Biology By Norman Drinkwater, Carter Denniston
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This book evolved from the notes for a course of the same title that we’ve taught for the last eighteen years at the University of Wisconsin to graduate students in cancer biology, genetics,... More > molecular biology, and other biomedical programs. We concentrate on a class of statistical methods, so-called nonparametric statistics, which requires us to make very few assumptions regarding the model that gives rise to the data. These methods are also attractive because they are usually simple to apply and have considerable intuitive appeal.< Less
Genetics Genotypes By Homework Help Classof1
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"Mini Mouse has a red nose, and Mickey Mouse has a red nose too. They had several children and of their F1 half of the males had black noses, half the males had red noses, and all of the females... More > had red noses! Mini was also married to another mouse called Timmy. Timmy had a black nose. Mini and Timmy had children and half of all their F1 had black noses, the other half had red noses. A red nose in a mouse is caused by the expression of the R gene. The R gene has one intron. In black nosed mice, the R intron is not removed since these mice are missing a SnRP. This particular SnRP is expressed in noses of red nosed mice. Explain these results by describing how and why introns are removed and Proved the genotypes of Mini, Mickey and Timmy, and their children. "< Less
Biology Journal By Wesley McCammon
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This Biology journal is meant to accompany an introductory, laboratory-based course designed to study living organisms and their physical environment. Students should apply scientific methods of... More > inquiry and research in examination of the following Topics: chemical basis of life; cell structure, function, and reproduction; energy; molecular basis of genetics; natural selection and diversity; and ecology. Student can use this journal to reflect on the major topics covered in an introductory Biology course or review topics in an advanced course.< Less
Biology Journal By Wesley McCammon
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This Biology journal is meant to accompany an introductory, laboratory-based course designed to study living organisms and their physical environment. Students should apply scientific methods of... More > inquiry and research in examination of the following Topics: chemical basis of life; cell structure, function, and reproduction; energy; molecular basis of genetics; natural selection and diversity; and ecology. Student can use this journal to reflect on the major topics covered in an introductory Biology course or review topics in an advanced course.< Less
Introductory Mouse Genetics By Elise Oppenheimer
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This is a manual for hobby mouse breeders covering the basics of color and coat inheritance. Without requiring a background in biology, the book explains the fundamentals of dominant and recessive... More > genes, what effect each gene has on the appearance of the mouse, and how simple inheritance works.< Less
Myths of Human Genetics By John McDonald
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Common myths of human genetics that are often used in biology classes (tongue rolling, attached earlobes, hitchhiker's thumb, etc.) are debunked. This is a pdf of the free online Myths of Human... More > Genetics, http://udel.edu/~mcdonald/mythintro.html , suitable for printing. It is also available as a printed book at http://www.lulu.com/product/18739306 .< Less
Myths of Human Genetics By John McDonald
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Common myths of human genetics that are often used in biology classes (tongue rolling, attached earlobes, hitchhiker's thumb, etc.) are debunked. This is the print version of the free online Myths of... More > Human Genetics, http://udel.edu/~mcdonald/mythintro.html . It is also available as a free pdf at http://www.lulu.com/product/18739384 .< Less
Genetics Mitochondrial ATP Synthase Proteins By Homework Help Classof1
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The mitochondrial ATP synthase is composed of multiple proteins, and some of these proteins are encoded by genes in the nucleus. One of these proteins is called S . A mutation in the S gene deletes... More > 21 base pairs that are immediately 3’ to the start codon. The mutant S gene is transcribed and translated but the S protein remains in the cytoplasm. This mutant yeast cell can only grow anearobically, whereas wild type yeast can grow anaerobically or aerobically. Yeast grows as a haploid cell. In wild type cells in the presence of O2, the pH of the mitochondrial matrix is 8, but in cells with this mutant S gene, the pH is 7. Explain these results.< Less