Privacy of Genetic Information. Ann Cavoukian, Ph.D. Information & Privacy Commissioner/Ontario Ken Anderson Assistant Commissioner. University of Toronto Law School Toronto, Ontario March 15, 2005. What is Privacy?. Information Privacy: Data ProtectionBy parry
Gregor Mendel (1822-1884). Austrian monk Gardener, scientist, teacher, mathematician A truly brilliant man Father of genetics. Mendel ’ s experiments. Studied pea plants and followed the traits passed from one generation to the next.By siyamak
Who Killed. Lord Robert Lancaster?.By Leo
Human Growth and Development/Life Stages. Life Stages. Growth spans an individual’s lifetime Development is the process of becoming fully grown Health care workers need to be aware of the various stages and needs of the individual to provide quality health care. ( continues ).By amory
The answer to the question you’ve all asked at some point in your life…. “What does literature have to do with me?”. The Eugenics Movement and Brave New World. A Definition:. Eugenics- -origins in Greek roots for “good” and “generation” or “origin”By dermot
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Hereditary Traits. A quick review of terms. Dominant a trait that will appear in the offspring if one of the parents contributes it Recessive a trait that must be contributed by both parents in order to appear in the offspring. A quick review contd. Genotype
Hereditary. Trait. Genetics. Gamete. Fertilization. Zygote. Pollination. Hybrid. Allele. Dominant. Recessive. Phenotype. Genotype. Homozygous. Heterozygous. Diploid. Haploid. Meiosis. Sperm. Egg. Homologous Chromosomes. Law of Segregation. Law of Independent Assortment.
HEREDITARY HEMOLYTIC ANEMIA. CHARACTERIZED BY: - DEFECTS OF HEMOGLOBIN OR - DEFECTS OF THE RBC MEMBRANERESULTS IN PREMATURE DESTRUCTION OF RED CELLS. TYPES OF HA. SICKLE CELL DISEASETHALASSEMIASG6PD DEFICIENCYHEREDITARY SPHEROCYTOSIS.
Hereditary Spherocytosis. Definition of Hereditary Spherocytosis (HS). A genetic disorder of the red blood cell membrane Characterized by: Anemia Jaundice Splenomegaly. Incidence of HS. Most common hereditary hemolytic anemia Northern European descent have more cases
Hereditary Angioedema Ianis Bumber, MD, Peyman Borghei, MD, Sandra Groot, MD, Department of Medicine, Good Samaritan Hospital, Baltimore, MD. Images. Discussion
By: Christine Choi & Emily Chesnut. Hereditary Deafness. How is it Inherited?. Hereditary Deafness can be caused by both dominant (DFNA#) and recessive (DFNB#) genes. Possible Genotypes?.
Hereditary Hemochromatosis. Our Patient . 55 year old white male Chief complaint: “Really tired all the time.” . History and Physical. Pt complains of extreme fatigue for the past six months. Pt has less endurance for his favorite activities.
HEREDITARY ANEMIAS. PROF. SAMIYA NAEEMULLAH Diplomate American Board of Pediatrics FAAP, FCPS Head of Pediatrics Department Islamic International Medical College . ANEMIA. Defined as HB level below normal range Varies with age and sex of the individual Neonate Hb < 14 g/dl
Hereditary Spherocytosis. Bethany Zeitler. What Is Hereditary Spherocytosis (HS)?. http://mynotes4usmle.tumblr.com/post/33858515049/hereditarty-spherocytosis. Red Blood Cell Membrane Structure.
Hereditary Diseases. Inheritance of Genetic Traits Presented By: M.Nasir Iqbal. Brief History.