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Lecture 12

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Department
Biology
Course
BIO220H1
Professor
All Professors
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 12Ecological and evolutionary geneticsSince both ecology leads to natural selection and genetics likewise is the transmission of these genes across generationsThe use of genetic principles to describe ecology and evolutionThe first point to think of are that genomes are mosaics some of the DNA are mitochondria some are chloroplastsSex chromosomes where some have X males only have YFor some there is only a W for female and all have ZAutosomes can be divided into two areas one is high recombination and low recombinationSome areas do not recombine quite as readily to increase variation while some do in fact do thatMitochondria DNA is maternally inherited all the cytoplasms that are provided to females are maternally inherite
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