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*  Bayesian network
Jiang, X.; Neapolitan, R.E.; Barmada, M.M.; Visweswaran, S. (2011). "Learning Genetic Epistasis using Bayesian Network Scoring ... J. Uebersax (2004). Genetic Counseling and Cancer Risk Modeling: An Application of Bayes Nets. Marbella, Spain: Ravenpack ... learning epistasis from GWAS data sets) medicine, biomonitoring, document classification, information retrieval, semantic ...
*  Pleiotropy
cis-regulatory element Enhancer (genetics) Epistasis Genetic correlation Metabolic network Metabolic supermice Polygene Paaby, ... Sickle cell anemia is a genetic disease that causes deformed red blood cells with a rigid, crescent shape instead of the normal ... Genetic correlations and responses to selection most often exemplify pleiotropy. Pleiotropic traits had been previously ... 2007). "Genetic constraints on protein evolution". Crit. Rev. Biochem. Mol. 42 (5): 313-326. doi:10.1080/10409230701597642. PMC ...
*  F. Wolfgang Schnell
Major research topics of his group included modelling epistasis in the presence of linkage, quantitative genetic interpretation ... Schnell FW (1984) Modelling basic epistasis for quantitative-genetic studies. Vortr Pflanzenzüchtg 7:1-11. Schnell FW (1987) ... He significantly contributed to progress in the biometrical, population genetic, and quantitative genetic foundations of modern ... Schnell FW, Singh IS (1978) Epistasis in three-way crosses involving early flint and dent inbred lines of maize. Maydica 23:233 ...
*  Molecular biology
Genetic interactions (epistasis) can often confound simple interpretations of such "knockout" studies. Molecular biology is the ... Genetics is the study of the effect of genetic differences on organisms. This can often be inferred by the absence of a normal ... The central dogma of molecular biology where genetic material is transcribed into RNA and then translated into protein, despite ... PMC 2435252 . Zhang, edited by Liang Cheng, David Y.; Zhang, David Y. (2008). Molecular genetic pathology. Totowa, N.J.: Humana ...
*  Multifactor dimensionality reduction
MDR has mostly been applied to detecting gene-gene interactions or epistasis in genetic studies of common human diseases such ... Genetic Programming Theory and Practice IV. Genetic and Evolutionary Computation. Springer US. pp. 11-28. doi:10.1007/978-0-387 ... and interpreting statistical patterns of epistasis in genetic studies of human disease susceptibility". Journal of Theoretical ... "A balanced accuracy function for epistasis modeling in imbalanced datasets using multifactor dimensionality reduction". Genetic ...
*  Champagne gene
This type of genetic interaction is called epistasis. Horses with both the champagne gene and the cream gene are the most ... A classic champagne, Champagne Lady Diane was described as "a genetic color accident" after her hairs were sent to several ... the lightening of these parts of the horse due to the champagne gene is not known to be linked to any health or genetic defects ... obscure or cancel out various tell-tale clues to the genetic identity of a coat color. Coat colors involving multiple genes ...
*  Biochemistry
Genetic interactions (epistasis) can often confound simple interpretations of such "knock-out" or "knock-in" studies. Molecular ... transcription and translation of the genetic material. The central dogma of molecular biology where genetic material is ... Aside from the genetic material of the cell, nucleic acids often play a role as second messengers, as well as forming the base ... Genetics is the study of the effect of genetic differences on organisms. Often this can be inferred by the absence of a normal ...
*  Interaction information
... and interpreting statistical patterns of epistasis in genetic studies of human disease susceptibility, Journal of Theoretical ... 3] Nemenman I (2004). Information theory, multivariate dependence, and genetic network inference [4]. Pearl, J (1988), ... "Multivariate dependence and genetic networks inference". IET Syst Biol. 4: 428-440. doi:10.1049/iet-syb.2010.0009. McGill, W J ... a novel approach and efficient algorithm for identifying informative genetic and environmental associations with complex ...
*  Interaction
The word epistasis is also used for genetic interaction in some contexts. In sociology, social interaction is a dynamic, ... Geneticists work with a number of different genetic interaction modes to characterize how the combination of two mutations ... "Derivation of genetic interaction networks from quantitative phenotype data". Genome Biology. 6 (4): R38. doi:10.1186/gb-2005-6 ...
*  Outline of biology
... genetic mosaic - maternal effect - penetrance - complementation - suppression - epistasis - genetic linkage chromosomal effects ... genetic screen - DNA paternity testing - linkage map - genetic map List of biologists List of biochemists List of ecologists ... genetic structure: DNA - DNA replication - nucleosome - genetic code - codon - transcription factor - transcription - ... genetic drift - sexual reproduction - asexual reproduction - colony - allele frequency - neutral theory of molecular evolution ...
*  William Bateson
Bateson also coined the term "epistasis" to describe the genetic interaction of two independent loci. William Bateson became ... Bateson co-discovered genetic linkage with Reginald Punnett and Edith Saunders, and he and Punnett founded the Journal of ...
*  Epistasis and functional genomics
Epistasis refers to genetic interactions in which the mutation of one gene masks the phenotypic effects of a mutation at ... Genetic interactions are generally classified as either Positive/Alleviating or Negative/Aggravating. Fitness epistasis (an ... Synthetic genetic arrays (SGA) and diploid based synthetic lethality analysis of microarrays (dSLAM) are two key methods which ... E-MAPs exploit an SGA approach in order to analyze genetic interactions in a high-throughput manner. While the method has been ...
*  List of MeSH codes (G05)
... genetic MeSH G05.315.207 --- epistasis, genetic MeSH G05.315.215 --- frameshifting, ribosomal MeSH G05.315.250 --- gene ... genetic MeSH G05.760.200 --- conjugation, genetic MeSH G05.760.210 --- crossing over, genetic MeSH G05.760.380 --- gene ... genetic speciation MeSH G05.310.670 --- protein biosynthesis MeSH G05.310.700 --- transcription, genetic MeSH G05.310.700.500 ... File "2006 MeSH Trees".) MeSH G05.090.390 --- hybridization, genetic MeSH G05.090.403 --- inbreeding MeSH G05.090.403.180 --- ...
*  GEN2PHEN
Background genetic effects (modifier genes), epistasis, somatic variation, and environmental factors all complicate the ... Only then can our societies maximally benefit from the current exponentially increasing rate of genetic data generation in ... The GEN2PHEN project aims to unify human and model organism genetic variation databases towards increasingly holistic views ... This all contrasts with the situation for databases concerned with purely genetic data (without phenotype association), of ...
*  Evolution of sexual reproduction
Whitlock, M. C.; Bourguet, D. (2000). "Factors affecting the genetic load in Drosophila: synergistic epistasis and correlations ... These mutations are passed onto the next generation because the offspring are exact genetic clones of their parent. The genetic ... Organisms need to replicate their genetic material in an efficient and reliable manner. The necessity to repair genetic damage ... Another theory is that sexual reproduction originated from selfish parasitic genetic elements that exchange genetic material ( ...
*  Genetic load
Whitlock, Michael C.; Bourguet, Denis (2000). "Factors affecting the genetic load in Drosophila: synergistic epistasis and ... Haag, C. R.; Roze, D. (2007). "Genetic load in sexual and asexual diploids: segregation, dominance and genetic drift". Genetics ... or for empirical studies that compare the relative value of genetic load in one setting to genetic load in another. Deleterious ... In calculating the genetic load, w 1 … w n {\displaystyle w_{1}\dots w_{n}} must be actually found in at least a single copy in ...
*  Epistasis
... positive epistasis is synergistic, while negative epistasis is antagonistic. The term genetic enhancement is sometimes used ... In this sense, epistasis can be contrasted with genetic dominance, which is an interaction between alleles at the same gene ... the sign of epistasis is usually more significant than the magnitude of epistasis. This is because magnitude epistasis ( ... Reciprocal sign epistasis also leads to genetic suppression whereby two deleterious mutations are less harmful together than ...
*  Labrador Retriever coat colour genetics
... and their interaction in affecting the trait of coat colour is used to demonstrate the genetic principle of epistasis, where ... The genetic basis of coat colour in the Labrador Retriever (a highly popular breed of dog) has been studied in detail, and ... Initial genetic research excluded a role for the melanocortin 1 receptor and the Agouti locus as being the cause of the black ... Initial genetic studies of coat colour in dogs published in the 1950s concluded that there were two main genes involved, one ...
*  Detlef Weigel
"Species-wide genetic incompatibility analysis identifies immune genes as hot spots of deleterious epistasis". Cell. 159 (6): ... New genetic tools developed by his group led to the discovery of the first microRNA mutant in plants. Through his study of ... Related to this is a new area of interest, in genetic barriers. In collaboration with Jeffery Dangl, his group discovered that ... Apart from work on genetic variation in environment-dependent developmental processes, his group is known for the generation of ...
*  Quasi-linkage equilibrium
QLE greatly simplifies population genetic equations while making the assumption of weak selection and weak epistasis. Selection ... QLE also plays an important role in justifying approximations in the derivation of quantitative genetic equations from ... Nagylaki, Thomas; Hofbauer, Joseph; Brunovsky, Pavel (1999). "Convergence of multilocus systems under weak epistasis or weak ...
*  Mating design
... epistasis and heritability value equal to the value of genetic expectations. George Acquaah (2007). Principle of Plant Genetics ... The mating design in plant breeding has two main objectives: (1) to obtain information and understand the genetic control of a ... Analysis of variance in offspring plants results from a mating design was used to evaluate the effects of additive genetic, ...
*  Heredity
"Epistasis-the essential role of gene interactions in the structure and evolution of genetic systems". Nat. Rev. Genet. 9 (11): ... multilevel selection and indirect genetic effects on response to genetic selection". Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 21 (5): ... The role of genetic drift is equivocal; though strongly supported initially by Dobzhansky, it was downgraded later as results ... Organisms inherit genetic material from their parents in the form of homologous chromosomes, containing a unique combination of ...
*  Population genetics
... is its emphasis on genetic phenomena as dominance, epistasis, and the degree to which genetic recombination breaks up linkage ... Ecological genetics Genetic diversity Genetic load Genotype-phenotype distinction Haldane's dilemma Human genetic variation ... Population genetic models can be used to identify which populations show significant genetic isolation from one another, and to ... Genetic drift may cause gene variants to disappear completely, and thereby reduce genetic variability. In contrast to natural ...
*  Eörs Szathmáry
... a scenario for the origin of the genetic code; an analysis of epistasis in terms of metabolic control theory; a demonstration ... of the selection consequences of parabolic growth; a derivation of the optimal size of the genetic alphabet; a general ...
*  Genetic variance
Epistasis Is a Major Determinant of the Additive Genetic Variance in Mimulus guttatus. PLoS Genetics. 11, 5, 1-21, May 2015. ... Genetic variance has three major components: the additive genetic variance, dominance variance, and epistatic variance. ... Quantitative genetic variance Youtube video Introduction to genetic variance components and heritability Introduction to ... In particular, trait combinations that form a nearly null genetic subspace with little genetic variance respond only ...
*  Domestication
Animal husbandry Anthrozoology Columbian Exchange Domestication theory Experimental evolution Genetic engineering Genetic ... How epistasis and gene-by-environment effects influence crop domestication". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. ... There is a genetic difference between domestic and wild populations. There is also such a difference between the domestication ... There is a genetic difference between domestic and wild populations. There is also such a difference between the domestication ...