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  • Biology-Online • View forum - Genetics
    Expression in HMG CoA Reductase 0 Tue Sep 30 2014 3 21 am Recessive and dominant genetics Pitx1 case study 0 Mon Sep 08 2014 1 44 am Colorblindness Probability Help 0 Sun Sep 07 2014 6 07 am Chromosome Differences 5 Thu Sep 04 2014 10 15 pm Chromatin 2 Thu Sep 04 2014 10 13 pm Stem Cells 5 Wed Sep 03 2014 9 32 pm What makes dominant allele dominant 7 Wed Sep 03 2014 9 13 pm Locus specificity and ERVs Q from a creationist 5 Sat Aug 30 2014 8 00 am linkage and association 0 Thu Aug 28 2014 8 38 pm Question about hair color and tallness inheritance 0 Thu Aug 07 2014 9 58 pm genetic 1 Wed Jun 25 2014 12 34 pm DNA testing times 2 Wed Jun 25 2014 12 28 pm Mutagenesis 2 Sun May 11 2014 6 35 pm Genetics Pedigree Help Required 0 Fri Mar 21 2014 8 49 pm Gel electrophoresis 3 Thu Mar 13 2014 2 18 pm Rabbit colors 1 Tue Mar 11 2014 9 16 am Mendel s law 2 Thu Mar 06 2014 3 47 pm Genetics 1 Mon Mar 03

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/topic-17-25.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Biology-Online • View forum - Genetics
    i need help please 1 Wed Dec 04 2013 8 12 pm Need some help segregation independent assortment 1 Fri Nov 29 2013 2 36 am un even development of muscle 4 Wed Nov 13 2013 10 35 pm I Need Help understanding gametes genotypes and phenotypes 5 Mon Nov 11 2013 11 36 am 1 attached 1 unattached earlobe 10 Wed Nov 06 2013 6 52 pm Statistics help 1 Fri Nov 01 2013 9 35 am Need an help about Drosophila genetics 5 Thu Oct 31 2013 10 35 am Is there a way to detect 8 oxoG in Drosophila tissue 0 Tue Oct 29 2013 9 41 pm Does complementary DNA include only coding sequences 4 Tue Oct 29 2013 3 14 pm DNA From Structure to Therapy 0 Sun Oct 20 2013 12 58 am I need help with this Bio genetics problem X linked traits 1 Sun Oct 13 2013 3 29 am Telomere and DNA replication 0 Sun Oct 06 2013 11 10 pm I need help with Punnett Square 1 Sat Oct 05 2013 1 11 pm hybridization probe 2 Sun Sep 22 2013 3 37 pm neuron staining Golgi cox reagent 0 Sun Sep 08 2013 6 27 pm Why does 28S rRNA appear as 4000 nt on a bioanalyzer 0 Sun Sep 08 2013 9 05 am single bacterium 4 Sat Sep 07 2013 5 16 pm Population genetics make inferences from allele frequency 1 Sun Aug 25 2013 11 36 pm Crossing over 0 Sat Aug 24 2013 3 12 pm Junk DNA 7 Thu Aug 22 2013 6 36 am Explain why Genetic Code is called Rosetta Stone of life 11 Sun Aug 18 2013 7 55 am What causes dominance between alleles 2 Fri Aug 16 2013 5

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/topic-17-50.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Biology-Online • View forum - Genetics
    crossing with 4 characteristics 2 Wed Jul 24 2013 1 37 pm ecological genomics Microsallites allele frequency 0 Tue Jul 23 2013 5 30 am Genes in the same linkage group are inherited together 5 Tue Jul 23 2013 4 54 am Calculating genetic distance 0 Sun Jun 30 2013 11 36 am DNA repair mechanisms and cancer 1 Wed Jun 26 2013 2 48 pm Bioengineering vs Genetic engineering 7 Sun Jun 23 2013 6 14 pm Mendel crossing with colour blindness Probability 0 Thu Jun 13 2013 10 56 pm better to work the same generation 4 Thu Jun 06 2013 9 50 pm How Genes expression Determine Organism Shape 2 Tue May 21 2013 4 49 pm Expected frequency of tetrad spores with Tetratype 0 Sat May 18 2013 3 50 am Microsatellites 0 Fri May 17 2013 6 11 pm Over expressing proteins in mammalian cells 2 Mon May 06 2013 3 08 pm meiome and genome 0 Sun May 05 2013 2 58 am Is the ability to segment while reading a genetic trait 2 Wed May 01 2013 8 52 am autosomes and sex chromosomes 3 Mon Apr 29 2013 5 12 am Pedigree Analysis 1 Sun Apr 28 2013 3 09 pm Genetic testing reliability accuracy experience 3 Mon Apr 15 2013 10 47 pm Genetics problems 3 Mon Mar 18 2013 11 04 pm Is genetics causes arthritis 1 Fri Mar 15 2013 11 49 pm Inserting cDNA into a retroviral vector 3 Mon Mar 11 2013 8 50 am lactase persistence middle east 0 Tue Mar 05 2013 3 22 pm mutation selection balance 0 Mon Mar 04 2013 10 41 pm Conditional knockout mouse 1 Sun Mar 03 2013 9 38 am Genetic Disorder report help 1 Sat Mar 02

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/topic-17-75.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Biology-Online • View forum - Genetics
    26 am Topics Data analysis DNA alignment HELP 1 Mon Feb 18 2013 1 47 pm Help Genetics problem cannot figure it out 2 Sun Feb 17 2013 10 53 pm Plants genetics 5 Sat Feb 16 2013 10 27 am DNA 8 Fri Feb 15 2013 2 38 pm Genetics question 0 Tue Feb 12 2013 8 47 pm Knockout mice 5 Sun Feb 10 2013 3 15 am I really need help with the Punnett square genotypic 4 Mon Feb 04 2013 5 52 am Genetics with Mitosis and Meiosis 2 Mon Feb 04 2013 12 06 am PCR 2 Tue Jan 29 2013 4 16 pm parallel binding of miRNA with mRNA 9 Sun Jan 20 2013 5 39 pm Females heterozygous for X linked diseases 1 Mon Jan 07 2013 11 43 am un linked genes 1 Wed Dec 19 2012 5 54 am Markerless mutants using suicide vector 2 Wed Dec 19 2012 1 04 am genotypic phenotypic ratios 2 Fri Dec 14 2012 2 21 pm How to clone a gene with lots of splicing intermediates 6 Mon Dec 10 2012 7 12 pm looking for a difficult gene 1 Mon Dec 10 2012 6 13 pm genetic phenotype 1 Sun Dec 09 2012 4 19 pm Need help in an assignment 17 Mon Dec 03 2012 12 05 pm Go to page 1 2 Population Genetics Questions 3 Sat Dec 01 2012 12 05 am Location of mutation in E Coli biosynthetic auxotroph 0 Mon Nov 26 2012 4 56 pm Restriction enzyme mapping 1 Mon Nov 26 2012 3 40 pm Sequence allignment questions 6 Sat Nov 24 2012 8 43 pm Mendel s law of independent assortment 2 Sat Nov 24 2012 8 42 pm Viral DNA in Host DNA 1

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/topic-17-100.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Biology-Online • View forum - Genetics
    Gene Expressions 2 Fri Feb 25 2005 1 44 am genetic engineering 2 Sun Feb 13 2005 9 35 pm Is synthetic lethality an example of epistasis 0 Thu Jan 01 1970 12 00 am Is synthetic lethality an example of epistasis 0 Thu Jan 01 1970 12 00 am jwdkhav Easy Memory Supplements And Fitness The Many Memory 0 Thu Jan 01 1970 12 00 am ltwcwbf On Yet

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/topic-17-1750.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Is talent inherited?
    everywhere Fri Apr 22 2005 7 47 pm But according to darwinism the talent is result of random changes in DNA How unbelieveble for me According to that the talent could be lightly inherited by offsprings Reply with quote Charlene Charlene Posts 45 Joined Mon Apr 25 2005 1 07 am Location Canada Mon Apr 25 2005 8 41 pm Why not Alcoholism can be inheritated why not talent p Even if one has talent in a certain category one must take advantage of that talent and practise it frequently to reach exceptional performance Or else talent is useless if used in vain Reply with quote b d 41501 b d 41501 Posts 746 Joined Mon Apr 25 2005 9 55 pm Location Kentucky Tue Apr 26 2005 10 48 pm Intelligence is thought to be a polygenic gene inheritance Therefore in my opinion talents may be also inherited in such a way I mean most actors come from an acting family and most musicians come from a musically inclined family Reply with quote protozoan protozoan Posts 75 Joined Mon Mar 07 2005 3 29 pm Location everywhere Wed Apr 27 2005 10 51 am I think the clue question is how talent came to live Is it because particular group of people were listening to the music and so their children inclined to listen the music too and play too probably or some random changes were taking place on DNA strand so the host man of that DNA get inclined to music Reply with quote MrMistery MrMistery Posts 6832 Joined Thu Mar 03 2005 10 18 pm Location Romania small and unimportant country Wed Apr 27 2005 7 16 pm Did anyone think about natural selection I mean a guy who has a talent to lye will produce more

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about662.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Is talent inherited?
    7 47 pm My whole family is musically inclined and so am I However much of my family is not highly intelligent but it seems I have some sort of a polygenic trait for it in myself Reply with quote biostudent84 biostudent84 Posts 974 Joined Thu Nov 11 2004 6 00 am Location Farmville VA Mon Jun 13 2005 8 01 pm b d 41501 wrote My whole family is musically inclined and so am I However much of my family is not highly intelligent but it seems I have some sort of a polygenic trait for it in myself It doesn t necessarily have to be polygenic There could be a single gene that allows you to become musically inclined Reply with quote b d 41501 b d 41501 Posts 746 Joined Mon Apr 25 2005 9 55 pm Location Kentucky Mon Jun 13 2005 8 26 pm Really I thought it was polygenic just like intelligence Reply with quote mith mith Posts 5345 Joined Thu Jan 20 2005 8 14 pm Location Nashville TN Website Mon Jun 13 2005 8 29 pm Ditto on that you ll probably need genes for good ears good brain processing and perhaps manual dexterity Oh and it also helps if you re taught asian languages They require perfect pitch Reply with quote b d 41501 b d 41501 Posts 746 Joined Mon Apr 25 2005 9 55 pm Location Kentucky Mon Jun 13 2005 8 37 pm Yeah that s what I heard as well I don t know any however Reply with quote biostudent84 biostudent84 Posts 974 Joined Thu Nov 11 2004 6 00 am Location Farmville VA Mon Jun 13 2005 8 47 pm b d 41501 wrote Really I thought it was polygenic just like intelligence It probably is But since we don t know for 100 certain it s best to leave it up in the air until someone who s studied it intensively can give more information Reply with quote b d 41501 b d 41501 Posts 746 Joined Mon Apr 25 2005 9 55 pm Location Kentucky Wed Jun 15 2005 2 36 pm Yes it is still up in the air Something as complicated as this must be polygenic though it will be discovered Just wait lol Reply with quote Exiled Exiled Posts 1 Joined Fri Jun 17 2005 9 28 am Location Italy Fri Jun 17 2005 10 04 am Hello everyone Because of this my first post in a forum concerned with biology i hope you ll forget me a few things first of all my English second my probable lack of knowledge in some more specific fields of biology Thus said let s go back to the topic As for talent I think that the truth lies in the middle between casuality and inheritance I think that a person develops his her own talents according both to his her genoma that decides in which fields of knowledge that person will be more

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about662-12.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Is talent inherited?
    might detremine your I Q That is absolute nonsense Since I Q is a made up concept it s like saying that you discovered a gene that determines what you made up I Q is subjective superficial and culture specific so how can it possibly be determined by any gene considering I Q exists only in our imagination Reply with quote Banderi Banderi Posts 7 Joined Sun Sep 14 2014 11 03 pm Re Is talent inherited Sun Sep 14 2014 11 13 pm No Amongst people with equal cerebral health there is nothing innate within the intellectual capability of a person like talents inclinations or inherited abilities All that forms the dispositions and the personality of an individual comes solely from their growth The reason for this is the nature of how growth works inside the human body DNA evolves from bodily necessities and changes extremely slowly in response to these What is inherited does not come from DNA evolution but from DNA fusion and renewing The brain on the other hand develops all that is needed during the lifetime and all that is inside the brain is just a piece of software that is created after the birth not inherited Artistic talent is not stored inside the DNA it s just a wont that builds up from environment e g practice If anything I would say that pure brain speed neural connectivity might be inherited being the brain raw structure stored in the DNA Reply with quote Cat Cat Posts 635 Joined Thu Feb 14 2008 7 40 pm Re Is talent inherited Sat Sep 20 2014 4 42 pm Banderi wrote No Amongst people with equal cerebral health there is nothing innate within the intellectual capability of a person like talents inclinations or inherited abilities All that forms the dispositions and the personality of an individual comes solely from their growth The reason for this is the nature of how growth works inside the human body DNA evolves from bodily necessities and changes extremely slowly in response to these What is inherited does not come from DNA evolution but from DNA fusion and renewing The brain on the other hand develops all that is needed during the lifetime and all that is inside the brain is just a piece of software that is created after the birth not inherited Artistic talent is not stored inside the DNA it s just a wont that builds up from environment e g practice If anything I would say that pure brain speed neural connectivity might be inherited being the brain raw structure stored in the DNA Completely false Do you realize that according to what you are saying autism is not genetic and we know that it is Do you realize that what you call cerebral health is determined by genetics Reply with quote Banderi Banderi Posts 7 Joined Sun Sep 14 2014 11 03 pm Re Is talent inherited Sun Sep 28 2014 11 34 pm Banderi wrote Amongst

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about662-24.html (2016-02-17)
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