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UTSGHMB265H1Stephen WrightFall

HMB265H1 Lecture 1: HMB265H1F Course Syllabus-Fall 2015

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Course coordinator: dr. jen o"leary, human biology program. Course instructors: dr. stephen wright, ecology & evolutionary biology (lectures 1-11) Dr.
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Effects of diet, x chromosome inactivation, and parental imprinting. Even with monozygotic twins, there are still subtle differences: differences may b
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 announcements: solutions manual hard copy not yet available get it in the next couple of weeks, midterm makeup done will soon post instructions to ob
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Notes taken during lecture. My laptop battery ran out around ten minutes before lecture ended, so the notes are incomplete. Apologies.

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4 major classes of chromosomal rearrangements deletions, duplications, inversions, translocations. Most are caused by double-stranded dna breakers caus
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Changes in chromosome number leading to alterations in phenotype.  gene mutations are sources of change, diff genotypes.  genome can be remodelled by
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Must use the preimplantation article in introduction. Cannot determine what genes or loci underly the quantitative trait.  how to find the traits unde
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Most variation is quantitative in nature, despite what was said in the first half of the course. Phenotypic variation isn"t always qualitative discrete
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HMB265H1 Lecture Notes - Pax6, Cooperative Binding, Epigenetics

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 quiz epigenetics and genetics: look over calculations for odds ratios and lod ratios, quantitative genetics calculations.  all start with same types
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20-25% based on first semester material; rest based on second semester material.  register on rosi; email sent to you to provide more info on filling
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Variation in average differences in genotypes between individuals and environmental variation that gives phenotypic variation. Environmental variation
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Huntington"s disease once one generation doesn"t have it, the disease is eliminated in the. Need to find where it is, before they can do anything about
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