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Hay meadows: Biofuels for Biodiversity?

Hay meadows: Biofuels for Biodiversity?

http://ecology.okstate.edu/Libra L. I. B. R. A. Laboratory for Innovative Biodiversity Research and Analysis Hay meadows: Biofuels for Biodiversity? Maize (corn) as a biofuel Do the energetics balance? Switchgrass has advantages over maize Locally adapted High genetic variation

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Biotechnology and Food

Biotechnology and Food

Biotechnology and Food. Personal Choices & Public Policies Thomas M. Zinnen Biotechnology Policy & Outreach Specialist University of Wisconsin-Madison/Extension. Science Outreach. Sharing Science with Wisconsin Transforming How People View & Do Science Tours & Workshops on Campus

By Jeffrey
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Learning the Genetics of Common Human Diseases

Learning the Genetics of Common Human Diseases

Learning the Genetics of Common Human Diseases . -- Applications of Machine Learning Methods in genomic epidemiological studies. Wayne State, Detroit, MI. Epidemiology.

By Jimmy
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Introduction to Quantitative Genetics

Introduction to Quantitative Genetics

Introduction to Quantitative Genetics. Quantitative Characteristics. Many organisms traits are genetically influenced, but do not show single-gene (Mendelian) patterns of inheritance.

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Which are the following are examples of fossils?

Which are the following are examples of fossils?

Which are the following are examples of fossils? . Shells or old bones Any traces of dead organisms Insects trapped in tree sap . Animal fossils may form when. An animal is buried by sediment An animal is buried on the ocean floor, in swamps, in mud, or in tar pits.

By oshin
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NIDA Genetics: An Update

NIDA Genetics: An Update

NIDA. NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON DRUG ABUSE. NIDA Genetics: An Update. Jonathan Pollock, PhD Branch Chief, Genetics and Molecular Neurobiology Research Branch DBNBR And Joni L Rutter, PhD Associate Director for Population and Applied Genetics DBNBR.

By andrew
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Discussions – Optional

Discussions – Optional

Discussions – Optional. I. Wednesday 3:30-4:20 p.m. Noland 342 II. Friday 1:20-2:10 p.m. Noland 539. Examples: Adaptation or not?. After high altitude training athletes have increased number of red blood cells (RBC)

By dominick
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Introduction to Darwinian Evolution

Introduction to Darwinian Evolution

Introduction to Darwinian Evolution. Terminology Evolution Accumulation of inherited changes within populations over time Population Group of individuals of one species that live in the same geographic area at the same time Species

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The Evolution of Populations

The Evolution of Populations

The Evolution of Populations. 0. 21. Overview: The Smallest Unit of Evolution. One common misconception is that organisms evolve during their lifetimes Natural selection acts on individuals, but only populations evolve

By lexiss
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Ex Situ Conservation

Ex Situ Conservation

Ex Situ Conservation. Sam Hopkins Biodiversity and Conservation Biology. An Optional Graphic can go here. Introduction to ex-situ conservation. Involves taking an animal or plant out of its habitat and placing it in human care

By addison
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Amorphophallus titanum Largest unbranched inflorescence in the world Monecious and protogynous

Amorphophallus titanum Largest unbranched inflorescence in the world Monecious and protogynous

Amorphophallus titanum Largest unbranched inflorescence in the world Monecious and protogynous Carrion flower (fly/beetle pollinated) Indigenous to the forests of Sumatra. Spathe or leaf-like bract. Spadix. How is genetic variation distributed in time and space?

By arty
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Gender Issues

Gender Issues

Gender Issues. Chapter 5. “….genetic variation is essential in all species. Instead of regarding variants in sexual behavior as abnormal or undesirable, we should see them as an affirmation of life’s vitality and infinite possibilities” -Bruce Bagemihl . Sex & Gender.

By gil
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Treatment and Immune Control of Malaria and TB

Treatment and Immune Control of Malaria and TB

Treatment and Immune Control of Malaria and TB. Unit 4 Paul Thomas Paul.Thomas@stjude.org Department of Immunology St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Malaria Prevalence. ~350-500 million infections/year 1-2 million deaths/year, most of them among children under 5. Malaria life cycle.

By meris
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Bio EOC Review

Bio EOC Review

Bio EOC Review. S. Phillips- 2015; 2016; 2017. CELLS. Georgia Performance Standards (GPS): SB1. Students will analyze the nature of the relationships between structures and functions in living cells.

By bina
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The Extraction of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms and the Use of Current Sequencing Tools

The Extraction of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms and the Use of Current Sequencing Tools

The Extraction of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms and the Use of Current Sequencing Tools. Stephen Tetreault Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Rhode Island College Providence, RI. Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms.

By moswen
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Introduction to Molecular Epidemiology

Introduction to Molecular Epidemiology

Introduction to Molecular Epidemiology. Jan Dorman, PhD University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing jsd@pitt.edu. Science Medicine. Society Epidemiology. Revolution in Molecular Biology has Impacted:. Molecular Epidemiology Challenge for the 21st Century. Molecular Epidemiology .

By marigold
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Evolutionary Mechanisms

Evolutionary Mechanisms

Evolutionary Mechanisms. Genetic Drift (and Inbreeding). Sources of Genetic Variation. Mutation generates genetic variation Epigenetic modification changes expression of genes Genetic Drift causes fluctuations in allele frequencies and can reduce genetic variation. Natural Selection.

By zeal
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Dengue

Dengue

Dengue. Virus, Vector and Epidemiology. I. Virus. Dengue Virus. Causes dengue and dengue hemorrhagic fever Is an arbovirus Transmitted by mosquitoes Composed of single-stranded RNA Has 4 serotypes (DEN-1, 2, 3, 4). Dengue Viruses.

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Biopsychology

Biopsychology

Biopsychology. Or Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about sexual selection but were afraid to ask. Interactions. Definitions of interactions: The whole is greater than the sum of its parts The relationship between the variables is multiplicative instead of additive

By chun
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Lecture 9: Pharmacogenetics and individual variation of drug response

Lecture 9: Pharmacogenetics and individual variation of drug response

CZ5225 Methods in Computational Biology. Lecture 9: Pharmacogenetics and individual variation of drug response. Outline. Introduction Differential drug efficacy People react differently to drugs Why does drug response vary? Potential causes of variability in drug effects Genetic variation

By amaryllis
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