1. Ackerman A 1943 (Experiments to increase the yield from spring
... Cytogenetics of Agricultural Plants (Shumnyi VK & Shchapova AI eds). Novosibirsk, 1989.
(In Russian). pp. 147-160.
Arbuzova VS 1994 Chromosome localization of genes Pp for purple grain pigmentation
introgressed into common wheat. Genetika (Supplement) 30: 9.
Arbuzova VS, Efremova TT, Laikova LI, May ...
- ANU Repository
... the society it is meant to serve is often problematic. The credit due to the discipline for
the good that it has delivered and offers into the future is often not recognised by
organisations and the public at large.
Such thinking leads to a conundrum: ‘If marketing is a pervasive societal activity d ...
Determining the Transcription Factor Genes Populating a Fruit Fly
... establishing animal body plans and that regulate chromatin structure. With this new
wealth of known network genes and the diversity of pigmentation patterns among fruit
fly species, my thesis supports future studies into the gene network basis for trait
development and evolution.
THE GENETICS OF CURLY WING IN DROSOPHILA. ANOTHER
... are found t o be equallydistributedbetweencurlyand
same holds true in a cross of a curly maleand an “Xple”2female; that is, a
female which is homozygous for the first-chromosome characters, scute,
echinus, cut, vermilion, garnet and forked. Here also the curly is found
to be present in half of the F ...
The Genetics of Migraine
... among individuals belonging to different families but also
within the same family.13,15,16 Besides familial cases, some
sporadic cases of hemiplegic migraine with cerebellar
symptoms have also been reported.16,27 Whether FHM has
the same pathophysiological mechanisms as other types of
migraine with ...
A Critical Analysis of Rousseau`s Narrative of Subjectivity
... This section offers some contextualisation in regards to the origins of and motivation behind
the subject matter of this thesis. The project began upon encountering normative social
theories, both prescriptive and diagnostic, that appeared to rely on particular conceptions of
human nature for their ...
Introduction to Heredity
... form chromosomes, which reside in the nucleus of the cell. Every cell (except
eggs and sperm) in an individual’s body contains two copies of each gene. This
is due to the fact that both mother and father contribute a copy at the time of
conception. This original genetic material is copied each time ...
... – duplications often result from unequal crossing over,
– can occur via errors in replication during S-Phase.
... – the probability of having a second Down Syndrome child
is usually similar to the population at large,
4. Rh Phenotyping
... 1. Place serum in a properly labeled tube (if not already done) and prepare a 4-6% red cell suspension for each
patient in an appropriately labeled tube (refer to procedure 3).
2. Set up tubes for ABO and D type and an additional tube for each Rh typing sera (remember, anti-D is part
of the forward ...
MINI - REVIEW Turner. B.C., D.D. Perkins
... during meiosis or by lowered recovery (through
death or dysfunction) of meiotic products that do not carry the driven gene (reviewed by
Zimmering et al. 1970). The latter mechanism is exemplified by Segregation distortion in
Drosophila (reviewed by Sandler and Golic 1985), by transmission ratio dist ...
Nectary formation is ABC independent - Development
... of cells in a lateral nectary gland at anthesis is approx. 2000
and in a medial gland is approx. 400.
The first morphological signs of nectary gland formation
appear during stage 9 (stages according to Smyth et al.) (Smyth
et al., 1990). At this stage, all other floral organs have begun to
acquire t ...
A Theory of Conceptual Advance: Explaining Conceptual Change in
... One central object of study for philosophy is the human intellect. Philosophy attempts to understand rationality and objectivity as a characteristic of different forms of theoretical and practical
reasoning. This is a study in philosophy of science, and thereby concerns a particular manifestation of ...
Neurospora Spore Killers Sk-2 and Sk
... located within the recombination block region, while
mod(pr) is located just outside of it (Figure 1).
We are interested in another seemingly unrelated
ascus-dominant phenomenon called meiotic silencing
by unpaired DNA (MSUD). If a copy of a gene is not
properly paired with its homolog during propha ...
anatomical skin dimples
... Dimples are visiable identations of the skin and a dominant trait.
Anatomically, dimples may be caused by variations in the structure of the
some body tissue for example muscles, connective tissues, skin and
subcutaneous tissue. Dimples types of the human body: Fovea buccalis
(dimple of cheek), fove ...
Assessing the role of anammox in a nitrogen contaminated aquifer
... Although nitrogen makes up 78% of our atmosphere, most is unavailable to organisms
due to the strong triple bond that holds the two N atoms together. In order to be able to utilize
this N, it must be fixed. N fixation can either occur abiotically by lightning or biologically by
certain microorganis ...
The Contemporary Theory of Metaphor George
... -The lovers’ common goals correspond to their common destinations on the journey.
-Difficulties in the relationship correspond to impediments to travel.
It is a common mistake to confuse the name of the mapping, LOVE IS A JOURNEY, for
the mapping itself. The mapping is the set of correspondences. Th ...
GENETIC AND MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF THE garnet EYE
... inspiration, emotional, intellectual and financial, over the many years that this
work was in progress. Nevertheless, those who have helped me know who they
are. They have my gratitude, and I hope, will allow me to opportunity to
Although any work of science depends on the prior work of ...
Engrailed cooperates with extradenticle and homothorax to repress
... complete repression of slp by hs-En. (C) Control to
show that TM3 itself does not affect repression of slp by hs-En (genotype hs-En; +/+, stained in parallel with the others). (D) An hth mutant
(genotype hthP2/hthP2, distinguishable in the same population as in A by the absence of β-galactosidase st ...
The growth hormone auxin
... 2. Genetic approaches: Identification and
characterization of mutants resistant to exogenous auxin
and auxin polar transport inhibitors.
axr mutants, tir mutants
Video Guide Questions
... Fred was born into a family with high musical talent. Both his parents were professional
musicians who encouraged and fostered his musical development. Throughout childhood
he practiced the guitar whenever he could and eventually became a professional musician
himself. Which of the following best de ...
Genetics fill in review
... 28. A trait controlled by three or more alleles is said to have ____________________.
29. A phenomenon in which a heterozygous individual has a phenotype that is intermediate between the
phenotypes of its two homozygous parents is called ____________________.
30. A table used to determine and diagra ...
Section 1 Genetic Influence on Development
... interact with the environment to express those genes.
It is unlikely that Jill even has the genotype for running.
Jill might have the genotype for running ability, but she will need to train become
a great runner.
Correct. The athletic ability that may be present in Jill’s genotype will not ex ...
TRANSLOCATIONS INVOLVING T H E THIRD AND THE FOURTH
... to speck was broken off and became permanently attached to the third
chromosome near the gene ebony. Flies heterozygous for the translocation,
that is, carrying one deficient second chromosome and one third chromosome with the section of the second attached to it, are nearly normal in
appearance but ...
Biology and consumer behaviour
Consumer behaviour is the study of the motivations surrounding a purchase of a product or service. It has been linked to the field of psychology, sociology and economics in attempts to analyse when, why, where and how people purchase in the way that they do. However, little literature has considered the link between our consumption behaviour and the basics of our being, our biology. Segmentation by biological driven demographics such as sex and age are already popular and pervasive in marketing. As more knowledge and research is known, targeting based on a consumers biology is of growing interest and use to marketers.As human machines being made up of cells controlled by our brain to influence aspects of our behaviour, there must be some influence of biology on our consumer behaviour and how we purchase as well. The nature versus nurture debate is at the core of how much biology influences these buying decisions, because it argues the extent to which biological factors influence what we do, and how much is reflected through environmental factors. Neuromarketing is of interest to marketers in measuring the reaction of stimulus to marketing. Even though we know there is a reaction, the question of why we consume the way we do still lingers, but it is a step in the right direction. Biology helps to understand consumer behaviour as it influences consumption and aids in the measurement of it.Lawson and Wooliscroft (2004) drew the link between human nature and the marketing concept, not explicitly biology, where they considered the contrasting views of Hobbes and Rousseau on mankind. Hobbes believed man had a self-serving nature whereas Rousseau was more forgiving towards the nature of man, suggesting them to be noble and dignified. Hobbes saw the need for a governing intermediary to control this selfish nature which provided a basis for the exchange theory, and also links to Mcgregor’s Theory of X and Y, relevant to management literature. He also considered cooperation and competition, relevant to game theory as an explanation of man’s motives and can be used for understanding the exercising of power in marketing channels. Pinker outlines why the nature debate has been suppressed by the nurture debate in his book The Blank Slate.