Northanger Abbey and Sexual Selection: Genetic ImmortalityNorthanger Abbey and Sexual Selection: Genetic Immortality

"Parental Investment and Sexual Selection." Sexual Selection and the Descent of Man 1871-1971. Ed. Bernard Campbell. Chicago: ... and Selection in Relation to Sex), sexual selection involves two components: male competition with other males for access to ... It is therefore important for a woman to wisely choose a mate who is likely to provide not just good genetic material but ... A number of literary critics have found the principles of sexual selection particularly relevant to Austens novels, with their ...
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Genetic Selection for Deafness  | Ethics Education LibraryGenetic Selection for Deafness | Ethics Education Library

Genetic Selection for Deafness Submitted by KBL781 on Mon, 2010-03-15 16:25. ... Critics of genetic selection for deafness consider deafness to be a disability that limits a childs potential. Advocates argue ...
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Phys.org - genetic selection(... continued page 2)Phys.org - genetic selection(... continued page 2)

Natural selection sculpts genetic information to limit diversity. A study of butterflies suggests that when a species adapts, ... Study suggests genetic basis for same-sex sexual behavior offers evolutionary advantage. (Phys.org)-A trio of researchers with ... Evolutionary advantage of genetic recombination in the genome measured for first time. UAB researchers have quantified one of ... Population benefits of sexual selection explain the existence of males. New research from the University of East Anglia shows ...
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Selection (genetic algorithm) - WikipediaSelection (genetic algorithm) - Wikipedia

Fitness proportionate selection Reward-based selection Stochastic universal sampling Tournament selection Introduction to ... Selection is the stage of a genetic algorithm in which individual genomes are chosen from a population for later breeding ( ... this selection method is called fitness proportionate selection or roulette-wheel selection. If instead of a single pointer ... There are other selection algorithms that do not consider all individuals for selection, but only those with a fitness value ...
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A Genetic Selection for Circadian Output Pathway Mutations in Neurospora crassa | GeneticsA Genetic Selection for Circadian Output Pathway Mutations in Neurospora crassa | Genetics

No targeted selections or suppressor screens have been described. We have utilized a genetic selection (Carattoliet al. 1995) ... We utilized a genetic selection for mutations that affect the regulation of ccg-1 and ccg-2 by the frq-oscillator. We find that ... A Genetic Selection for Circadian Output Pathway Mutations in Neurospora crassa. Michael W. Vitalini, Louis W. Morgan, Irene J ... A Genetic Selection for Circadian Output Pathway Mutations in Neurospora crassa. Michael W. Vitalini, Louis W. Morgan, Irene J ...
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Optimality and stability of symmetric evolutionary games with applications in genetic selectionOptimality and stability of symmetric evolutionary games with applications in genetic selection

... the strategies and their stabilities for a special class of genetic selection games including some in the study of genetic ... where they can be used to model for example the selection and evolution of the genotypes of a given population. In this paper, ... Keywords: evolutionary games, genetic selection, population genetics, evolutionary stability., Evolutionary biology, ... Optimality and stability of symmetric evolutionary games with applications in genetic selection. Yuanyuan Huang 1, , Yiping Hao ...
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Genetic selection key to remarkable growth of chickens | Faculty of Agricultural, Life & Environmental SciencesGenetic selection key to remarkable growth of chickens | Faculty of Agricultural, Life & Environmental Sciences

Genetic selection key to remarkable growth of chickens Broilers are four times bigger than in the 1950s, ALES researchers find ... This study characterized the degree of change in growth rates and meat yield that was due to genetic selection, and opened a ... scientists are able to select and multiply their desirable genetic qualities quickly. In contrast, a cow may have only one calf ... "if we ever want to understand some of the unintended consequences of selection, wed have an archive for 60 years," he said. ...
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SEMINAR/STUDY TOUR IN THE U.S.S.R. ON GENETIC SELECTION AND HYBRIDIZATION OF CULTIVATED FISHESSEMINAR/STUDY TOUR IN THE U.S.S.R. ON GENETIC SELECTION AND HYBRIDIZATION OF CULTIVATED FISHES

2.2 Genetic analysis of unisexual forms of C. auratus gibelio. Genetic data testifying to natural gynogenesis of the unisexual ... 2.1 Genetic analysis of the bisexual form of C. auratus gibelio.. Investigation of the bisexual form of C. auratus gibelio was ... Evidence of the genetic deficiency of such a male (from the unisexual population of the Yakot fishery of the Moscow region) was ... Genetic inactivation of the male nucleus can be achieved by different means but ionizing radiation is most often used for this ...
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Identification of the DNA binding site for NGFI-B by genetic selection in yeast | ScienceIdentification of the DNA binding site for NGFI-B by genetic selection in yeast | Science

Identification of the DNA binding site for NGFI-B by genetic selection in yeast ... Identification of the DNA binding site for NGFI-B by genetic selection in yeast ... Identification of the DNA binding site for NGFI-B by genetic selection in yeast ... Identification of the DNA binding site for NGFI-B by genetic selection in yeast ...
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Abstract] Wavelet Feature Selection using Genetic Algorithms for Text Independent Speaker RecognitionAbstract] Wavelet Feature Selection using Genetic Algorithms for Text Independent Speaker Recognition

Wavelet Feature Selection using Genetic Algorithms for Text Independent Speaker Recognition Shung-Yung Lung ... After we got nonlinear components, we use genetic algorithms to select the optimal feature set for speaker identification. The ... Speaker recognition, Kernel canonical correlation analysis, Wavelet transform, Genetic algorithm Abstract. Kernel canonical ... In this paper, a text independent speaker recognition system based on kernel canonical correlation analysis and genetic ...
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Detecting positive natural selection from genetic data «  Genomes UnzippedDetecting positive natural selection from genetic data « Genomes Unzipped

Detecting positive natural selection from genetic data. 16/09/2010. Categories: Background. Written by Joe Pickrell ... By contrast, two populations differ in allele frequency due to genetic drift as well as natural selection. So the null ... 7 Responses to "Detecting positive natural selection from genetic data". Feed for this Entry ... Again, selection will act to increase the frequency of the allele, with the result that there will be a young allele at ...
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Spain Permits Genetic Embryo Selection To Screen For CancerSpain Permits Genetic Embryo Selection To Screen For Cancer

Spanish health authorities said that they have authorized the genetic screening of pre-implantation embryos to ensure they do ... New Egg Selection Process Improves IVF Success Rates. A new study has identified genetic markers that will now make it possible ... In October, Catholic bishops also condemned the genetic selection of an embryo in a bid to cure a child of a crippling ... Spanish health authorities said that they have authorized the genetic screening of pre-implantation embryos to ensure they do ...
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Gender Selection and Genetic Screening (PGD) | Santa Monica FertilityGender Selection and Genetic Screening (PGD) | Santa Monica Fertility

Gender selection is available for patients who wish to select the sex of the embryo used in their fertility treatment. The sex ... Gender selection can be done at the same time if desired. The screening process is almost 100% accurate for identifying healthy ... For patients who want to be certain of the gender of their embryo, Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) can be used. This is ... Preimplantation genetic diagnosis improves the chance that any embryos used in In Vitro Fertilization have a normal chromosome ...
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The effect of genetic selection for Johnes disease resistance n dairy cattle: Results of a genetic-epidemiological modelThe effect of genetic selection for Johne's disease resistance n dairy cattle: Results of a genetic-epidemiological model

... dam selection). The genetic effect of selection at the sire level was also considered (sire selection), assuming selection of ... The effect of genetic selection for Johnes disease resistance n dairy cattle: Results of a genetic-epidemiological model. ... The response to selection was largest if genetic selection affected the length of the susceptible period, followed by the ... For dam selection, responses to selection were small, requiring 379 to 702 yr for elimination. For sire selection, responses ...
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Project: Novel and improved tools for monitoring and tackling genetic selection in populations of the potato cyst nematode...Project: Novel and improved tools for monitoring and tackling genetic selection in populations of the potato cyst nematode...

Project: Novel and improved tools for monitoring and tackling genetic selection in populations of the potato cyst nematode ... Poster: PalAdapt: Novel and improved tools for monitoring and tackling genetic selection in the potato cyst nematode Globodera ... Project: Novel and improved tools for monitoring and tackling genetic selection in populations of the potato cyst nematode ... Poster: Paladapt: a project for monitoring and tackling genetic selection in the PCN Globodera pallida ...
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Frontiers | Genetic Selection of Peptide Aptamers That Interact and Inhibit Both Small Protein B and Alternative Ribosome...Frontiers | Genetic Selection of Peptide Aptamers That Interact and Inhibit Both Small Protein B and Alternative Ribosome...

... genetic selection. Citation: Liu P, Chen Y, Wang D, Tang Y, Tang H, Song H, Sun Q, Zhang Y and Liu Z (2016) Genetic Selection ... Genetic Selection of Peptide Aptamers That Interact and Inhibit Both Small Protein B and Alternative Ribosome-Rescue Factor A ... 1999). Genetic selection of peptide inhibitors of biological pathways. Science 285, 591-595. doi: 10.1126/science.285.5427.591 ... Selection of Peptide Aptamers. B2H was performed to select peptide aptamers interacting with both SmpB and ArfA from pTRG-SN- ...
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Testing Natural Selection vs. Genetic Drift in Phenotypic Evolution Using Quantitative Trait Locus Data | GeneticsTesting Natural Selection vs. Genetic Drift in Phenotypic Evolution Using Quantitative Trait Locus Data | Genetics

Testing Natural Selection vs. Genetic Drift in Phenotypic Evolution Using Quantitative Trait Locus Data. H. Allen Orr ... Testing Natural Selection vs. Genetic Drift in Phenotypic Evolution Using Quantitative Trait Locus Data. H. Allen Orr ... Testing Natural Selection vs. Genetic Drift in Phenotypic Evolution Using Quantitative Trait Locus Data. H. Allen Orr ... 1976 Natural selection and random genetic drift in phenotypic evolution. Evolution 30: 314-334. ...
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Natural selection or Genetic mutation? - Biology Forum | Biology-Online Dictionary, Blog & ForumNatural selection or Genetic mutation? - Biology Forum | Biology-Online Dictionary, Blog & Forum

Natural selection or Genetic mutation?. Discussion of everything related to the Theory of Evolution. ... do you believe in natural selection or genetic mutation? I would just like your opinion on this one. ... For selection there needs to be a variety, which is built up by genetic mutations. ... You dont need mutation for selection; selection simply acts on the variation present in a population...and variation isnt ...
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Natural selection or Genetic mutation? - Biology Forum | Biology-Online Dictionary, Blog & ForumNatural selection or Genetic mutation? - Biology Forum | Biology-Online Dictionary, Blog & Forum

Natural selection or Genetic mutation?. Discussion of everything related to the Theory of Evolution. ... do you believe in natural selection or genetic mutation? I would just like your opinion on this one. ... For selection there needs to be a variety, which is built up by genetic mutations. ... You dont need mutation for selection; selection simply acts on the variation present in a population...and variation isnt ...
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Use of regulated cell lysis in a lethal genetic selection in Escherichia coli: identification of the autoinducer-binding region...Use of regulated cell lysis in a lethal genetic selection in Escherichia coli: identification of the autoinducer-binding region...

A lethal genetic selection utilizing the bacteriophage lambda lysis genes (S, R, RZ) has been developed and used in conjunction ... Use of regulated cell lysis in a lethal genetic selection in Escherichia coli: identification of the autoinducer-binding region ... Use of regulated cell lysis in a lethal genetic selection in Escherichia coli: identification of the autoinducer-binding region ... Use of regulated cell lysis in a lethal genetic selection in Escherichia coli: identification of the autoinducer-binding region ...
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Host genetic selection for cold tolerance shapes microbiome composition and modulates its response to temperature | eLifeHost genetic selection for cold tolerance shapes microbiome composition and modulates its response to temperature | eLife

... suggesting that host genetic background (genetic selection for cold tolerance) had a strong effect on shaping the microbiome ... suggesting that host genetic background (genetic selection for cold tolerance) has a strong effect on shaping the microbiome ... thus suggesting that host genetic background (genetic selection for cold tolerance) has a strong effect on shaping the ... "selection of" traits might be helpful here.. In sum, the finding that the microbiome composition is related to the genetic ...
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Antibody quality of colostrum and milk in dairy cows: importance for health and production, and potential for genetic selection...Antibody quality of colostrum and milk in dairy cows: importance for health and production, and potential for genetic selection...

Antibody quality of colostrum and milk in dairy cows: importance for health and production, and potential for genetic selection ... and their potential for genetic selection, potentially leading to substantially improved calf health and production. ... We are convinced that genetic factors are important for these processes.. The aims of this project are to study how the ...
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Experimental evolution reveals natural selection on standing genetic variation.  - PubMed - NCBIExperimental evolution reveals natural selection on standing genetic variation. - PubMed - NCBI

Experimental evolution reveals natural selection on standing genetic variation.. Teotónio H1, Chelo IM, Bradić M, Rose MR, Long ... Evolution depends on genetic variation generated by mutation or recombination from standing genetic variation. In sexual ... We demonstrate that selection has occurred at several loci and further that there is no general loss or gain of allele ... We characterize the effects of sampling finite population sizes and natural selection at the genotype level. ...
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Detecting Cyber-Attacks on Wireless Mobile Networks Using Multicriterion Fuzzy Classifier with Genetic Attribute SelectionDetecting Cyber-Attacks on Wireless Mobile Networks Using Multicriterion Fuzzy Classifier with Genetic Attribute Selection

In our case, we used a genetic algorithm attribute selection strategy. So, the target here is to reduce the hypothesis search ... Detecting Cyber-Attacks on Wireless Mobile Networks Using Multicriterion Fuzzy Classifier with Genetic Attribute Selection. El- ... The proposed approach is combined with an attribute selection strategy based on genetic algorithms [17]. With the minimum ... we augmented the proposed approach with a genetic attribute selection strategy. This allows efficient and simpler models which ...
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