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  1. Useful Genetics Professor Rosie Redfield The University of British Columbia This video is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.

  2. Module 1 Overview • How different are we? ??

  3. Big-picture concepts for Module 1 Review the basic processes of molecular biology Review the basic molecules of molecular biology

  4. Big-picture concepts for Module 1 Connect physical molecules and events with the storage and flow of information

  5. Big-picture concepts for Module 1 Consider natural diversity in populations

  6. Big-picture concepts for Module 1 Consider the evolutionary histories of DNAs and populations

  7. Big-picture concepts for Module 1 Consider human genetic differences (and similarities)

  8. Big-picture concepts for Module 1 Connect physical molecules and events with the storage and flow of information Natural diversity in populations Review the basic molecules of molecular biology Consider human genetic differences (and similarities) Consider the evolutionary history of DNAs and populations Review the basic processes of molecular biology

  9. Module 1 video lecture topics • 1A. How different are we humans, genetically? • 1B. Properties of DNA • 1C. Properties of genes • 1D. Why molecular biology is confusing • 1E. Properties of chromosomes • 1F. Life cycles and ploidy • 1G. Homology and variation • 1H. Genetic and evolutionary relationships of human populations

  10. ? Coming up.... Lecture 1A • How different are we? Genotype • Phenotype