By Robert Brooker
Ideas of Genetics is a one semester introductory genetics textual content that explains genetics ideas in a concise, attractive and recent demeanour. Rob Brooker, writer of marketplace best texts in Genetics and Intro Biology for majors, brings his transparent and available writing variety to this new textual content. He employs using experimentation and stresses the basics of the clinical technique in proposing genetics techniques, then additional engages the reader by utilizing formative evaluation to help the scholar in realizing the middle genetic rules. the mixing of the genetics textual content and the ability of electronic international are actually entire with McGraw-Hill's ConnectPlus
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The figure contains two parallel illustrations labeled Experimental Level and Conceptual Level. The illustration shown in the Experimental Level helps you to understand the techniques followed. The Conceptual Level helps you to understand what is actually happening at each step in the procedure. 4. The raw data for each experiment are then presented. 5. Last, an interpretation of the data is offered within the text. 15 experiments will help you to see the relationship between science and scientific theories.
If a particular gene is found on one copy of a chromosome, it is also found on the other homolog. However, the two homologs may carry different versions of a given gene, which are called alleles. In Chapter 3, we will examine how some alleles are dominant, which mask the expression of alleles that are recessive. As an example, let’s consider a gene in humans, called OCA2, which is one of a few different genes that affect eye color. The OCA2 gene is located on chromosome 15 and comes in alleles that result in brown, green, or blue eyes.
3 COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS 1. Which of the following is not a model organism? a. Mus musculus (laboratory mouse) b. Escherichia coli (a bacterium) c. Saccharomyces cerevisiae (a yeast) d. Sciurus carolinensis (gray squirrel) 2. A person studying the rate of transcription of a particular gene is working in the field of a. molecular genetics. b. transmission genetics. c. population genetics. d. None of the above. 3. The scientific method involves which of the following? a. The collection of observations and the formulation of a hypothesis b.