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BINGHAMTONBIOL 375Thomas GiardinaSpring

BIOL 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Quantitative Trait Locus, Epistasis, Pleiotropy

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Lecture 2: molecular genetics and development: history of heredity, blending inheritance b. Example: giraffe: wiseman: he cut the tales of mice, but th
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BINGHAMTONBIOL 375Thomas GiardinaSpring

BIOL 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Worker Policing, Inclusive Fitness, Monandrous

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Cooperation and kinship: what is cooperation? a. (n) an outcome, where two or more interacting individuals each receive a net benefit from the joint ac
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BINGHAMTONBIOL 375Thomas GiardinaSpring

BIOL 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Glucocorticoid, Dwarf Cichlid, Scram

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What"s worth fighting over is going to vary from species to species. Likely a resource that is important, but also limited. (don"t fight for o2). Inclu
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BINGHAMTONBIOL 375Thomas GiardinaSpring

BIOL 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Wild Type, Quantitative Trait Locus, Vasopressin

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The genetics of human social behavior paper discusses human behavior in different areas of life, including parenting, leadership, politics, and music.
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BINGHAMTONBIOL 375Thomas GiardinaSpring

BIOL 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Song Sparrow, Great Horned Owl, Brown Thrasher

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Communication: definition, transfer of information from a signaler to a receiver. Just need to be transferred: not always easy to know when communicati
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