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By: Arley Wells

By: Arley Wells

GeneticS. By: Arley Wells. What is genetics?. Genetics is the study of heredity, or what makes organisms differ from one another… the transmission of characteristics from one generation to the next… and changes based on heredity. Where did the word come from?.

By LeeJohn
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Population Genetics

Population Genetics

Population Genetics. Allele Frequencies Genotype Frequencies The Hardy-Weinberg Equation. Allele Frequency. Allele frequency = number of copies of an allele in a popuation ÷ total number of alleles in a population Example: A population of 100 pea plants have the following genotypes

By Pat_Xavi
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Evolution

Evolution

Evolution. Who is Charles Darwin? Where were the founding ideas of Evolution? What is evolution? Where are the Galapagos Islands?. “change over time”. Evolution. Well tested and supported idea You do not have to agree with a theory Evidence to support. Theory. Born Feb 12 th , 1809

By tiara
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14 Molecular Evolution and Population Genetics

14 Molecular Evolution and Population Genetics

14 Molecular Evolution and Population Genetics . Population Genetics. Gene pool = the complete set of genetic information in all individuals within a population Genotype frequency = proportion of individuals in a population with a specific genotype

By xalvadora
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Genetic Statistics Lectures (4) Evaluation of a region with SNPs

Genetic Statistics Lectures (4) Evaluation of a region with SNPs

Genetic Statistics Lectures (4) Evaluation of a region with SNPs. You found an associated SNP. From where to where the association can extend? The observed association on the particular SNP is strongest? Is there any SNP in LD associated more?. サンプリングバイアス. 観測した関連が及ぶ範囲はどこまでか? 観測した関連は最強か?.

By milo
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Evolution

Evolution

Evolution. Spontaneous Generation living things come from nonliving things. Disproven by: Redi Spallanzani Pasteur. Where does life come from?. Francesco Redi’s Experiment. Uncovered Flask = Maggots & Flies. Lazzaro Spallanzani’s Experiment. Louis Pasteur.

By emilie
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Natural Selection

Natural Selection

Natural Selection. Natural Selection is based on reproductive success (fitness)…. Absolute fitness (think how hard that is to measure for genotypes) Relative fitness Relative fitness depends on other genotypes. Fitness values may change when the environment changes.

By keagan
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Evolution of Populations

Evolution of Populations

Evolution of Populations. Chapter 16. The study of genetics helps scientists understand the relationship between inheritance and evolution Scientists know that… genes control traits and that many genes have at least two forms, or alleles

By aletha
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Evolution

Evolution

Evolution. Genetic Variation. When we picture penguins we imagine them all the same. Perfect little carbon copies, genetic clones of black and white, wobbly, birdlike creatures that like ice. They vary greatly, however, when you take a closer look. Genetic Variation.

By helen
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5.4 Evolution

5.4 Evolution

5.4 Evolution. Pp 134 - 142. Define evolution . Evolution is the cumulative change in the heritable characteristics of a population over time. Not only does species evolve over time, but also new species can arise by evolution from pre-existing ones.

By darice
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Understanding the Diversity of Life Part 2

Understanding the Diversity of Life Part 2

Understanding the Diversity of Life Part 2. EVOLUTION & SPECIATION. 1. MODERN EVOLUTIONARY THEORY. By combining the work of Charles Darwin with modern genetics, evolutionary biologists have a much better understanding of how evolution works. MODERN EVOLUTIONARY THEORY. What is a population?

By paytah
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Evolution and Populations

Evolution and Populations

Evolution and Populations. Chapter 17. Genetics and Molecular Biology. Darwin had no idea how heredity worked, and he was worried that this lack of knowledge might prove fatal to his theory .

By sagira
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Guide to lobSTR VCF format

Guide to lobSTR VCF format

Guide to lobSTR VCF format. Steps to create VCF format. Initial round of lobSTR allelotyping to generate priors on allele frequencies Second round of lobSTR calling to generate genotype likelihoods and posteriors for all possible genotypes Merge VCFs from each sample using GATK. Fixed Fields.

By reilly
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Natural Selection and Adaptation

Natural Selection and Adaptation

Natural Selection and Adaptation. The evolution of penicillin resistance in Streptococcus pneumoniae infection in Canada and the US. Year. McGeer and Low . CMAJ 1997;157:1703-4 . Examples of Adaptation . Mimics female wasps. Chiloglottis formicifera. Examples of Adaptation .

By ataret
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Olinguito

Olinguito

Olinguito. Speedy Mantis. Luchihormetica luckae. Leaf-Tailed Gecko. Terriscoccus phoenicis. Formosan Clouded Leopard. Darwin’s Tree Frog. Japanese River Otter. West African Black Rhino. Spix’s Macaw. What Is A Species?.

By casper
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Hardy Weinberg Equilibrium

Hardy Weinberg Equilibrium

Gregor Mendel. Hardy Weinberg Equilibrium. Wilhem Weinberg (1862 – 1937). (1822-1884). G. H. Hardy (1877 - 1947). Recall from Previous Lectures. Darwin’s Observation. Evolution acts through changes in allele frequency at each generation

By nuru
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10.1 Early ideas about Evolution

10.1 Early ideas about Evolution

10.1 Early ideas about Evolution. Evolution. What it is. What it is not. Change in allele frequency of a population over time Descent with modification An explanation of how life changes over time (from the point of origin on).

By sela
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Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Albany Medical College Albany, NY

Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Albany Medical College Albany, NY

Comprehensive Genomic Profiling of Breast Cancer By Massively Parallel Sequencing Reveals New Routes To Targeted Therapies. JS Ross, CE Sheehan A Parker, M Jarosz, S Downing, R Yelensky, D Lipson, P Stephens, G Palmer, M Cronin . Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

By lizina
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The Bean Lab: Allele Frequency

The Bean Lab: Allele Frequency

The Bean Lab: Allele Frequency. The Bean Allele Frequency Lab. Purpose : The following pictures are a guide to show one example of how the allele frequency could change in a population due to a genetic disorder.

By travis
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SPECIES-

SPECIES-

SPECIES-. A group of individuals that look similar and whose members are capable of producing fertile offspring . The definition of species derived from two different “concepts”…. 1) Morphological Species Concept: Based on internal and external similarities and differences. MORPHOLOGY.

By gazit
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