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*  Ancestral reconstruction
Since modern genetic sequences are essentially a variation of ancient ones, access to ancient sequences may identify other ... In addition to genetic sequences, one might attempt to track the changing of one character trait to another, such as fins ... Variation in time among lineages. Parsimony methods implicitly assume that the same amount of evolutionary time has passed ... Thus, they do not account for variation in branch lengths in the tree, which are often used to quantify the passage of ...
*  Stepwise mutation model
... of the genetic information in which to compare individuals of populations, and can differ from actual genetic differentiation. ... factoring in the likelihood of large alleles to show higher rates of mutation than small alleles and including variations that ... A number of summary statistics can be used to estimate genetic differentiation using the SMM model. These include number of ... Variance in allele sizes are used to make inferences about the genetic distance between individuals or populations. By ...
*  Molecular phylogenetics
... it has been found empirically that only a minority of sites show any variation at all and most of the variations that are found ... In a molecular systematic analysis, the haplotypes are determined for a defined area of genetic material; a substantial sample ... such as the ever-more-popular use of genetic testing to determine a child's paternity, as well as the emergence of a new branch ... since the actions of evolution are ultimately reflected in the genetic sequences. At present, it is still a long and expensive ...
*  Ancestry-informative marker
SLC24A5 Race and genetics Elizabeth Pennisi, Human Genetic Variation, Science 21 December 2007: Vol. 318. no. 5858, pp. 1842 - ...
*  Weak Selection
For example, genetic drift could cause a nearly neutral mutation to become the dominant allele in a population by wiping out ... Hence, even so called "silent" mutations can result in slight variations in the fitness of an organism. Additionally, gene ... In smaller populations, a weakly selected mutation could proliferate due to stochastic processes such as genetic drift even ... such as tail length variation. In either case, the significance of the mutation, which is determined by the environment ...
*  Simple sequence length polymorphism
Variance in the length of SSLPs can be used to understand genetic variation between two individuals in a certain species. An ... Simple Sequence Length Polymorphisms (SSLPs) are used as genetic markers with polymerase chain reaction (PCR). An SSLP is a ...
*  Tag SNP
It is possible to identify genetic variation and association to phenotypes without genotyping every SNP in a chromosomal region ... that can describe common patterns of human genetic variation. By mapping the entire genome to haplotypes, tag SNPs can be ... genetic drift, random mating, genetic hitchhiking and gene flow. When a group of SNPs are inherited together because of high LD ... hypothesis which states that common disorders are influenced by common genetic variation. Effect size (penetrance) of the ...
*  Genetic variation
"Genetic Variation" in Griffiths, A.J.F. Modern Genetic Analysis, Vol 2., p. 7 "How is Genetic Variation Maintained in ... Genetic variation will result in phenotypic variation if variation in the order of nucleotides in the DNA sequence results in a ... Genetic variation can be divided into different forms according to the size and type of genomic variation underpinning genetic ... Genetic diversity Genetic variability Human genetic variation Darwin, 1845. Journal of researches into the natural history and ...
*  Human genetic variation
... is the genetic differences in and among populations. There may be multiple variants of any given gene ... When copy number variation is included, human-to-human genetic variation is estimated to be at least 0.5% (99.5% similarity). ... Structural variation is the variation in structure of an organism's chromosome. Structural variations, such as copy-number ... Genetic history of Europe Genetic history of South Asia African admixture in Europe Genetic history of indigenous peoples of ...
*  Genetic Variation Studies: Nitrogen and Phosphorus
2010). "Genetic variation in nitrogen and phosphorus content in broiler excreta" (PDF). Genomics and Quantitative Genetics. 1: ... Nutrient management involves dietary modification to improve the utilization of N or P. A genetic alternative for the above ... Sasikala-Appukuttan (2010) used the genetic selection method and showed that broiler production could be improved sane much ...
*  Breakthrough of the Year
Human Genetic Variation". Science. 318 (5858): 1842-1843. doi:10.1126/science.318.5858.1842. PMID 18096770. Gretchen Vogel ( ... Human genetic variationReprogramming cells High-energy cosmic rays Receptor visions Beyond silicon: oxide interfaces Quantum ... world's oldest cave art Cells that might cure diabetes Manipulating memories Rise of the CubeSat Giving life a bigger genetic ...
*  Mutation
Nonlethal mutations accumulate within the gene pool and increase the amount of genetic variation. The abundance of some genetic ... One study on genetic variations between different species of Drosophila suggests that, if a mutation changes a protein produced ... In the neutral theory of molecular evolution, neutral mutations provide genetic drift as the basis for most variation at the ... Barton NH, Keightley PD (January 2002). "Understanding quantitative genetic variation". Nature Reviews Genetics. Nature ...
*  Peter Keightley
His research investitages genetic variation and adaptation through the analysis of nucleotide variation within natural ... Keightley was educated at the University of Edinburgh where he was awarded a PhD in 1989 for research on genetic variation ... Barton, N. H.; Keightley, P. D. (2002). "Understanding quantitative genetic variation". Nature Reviews Genetics. 3 (1): 11-21. ... subscription required) Keightley, Peter (1988). Studies of quantitative genetic variation (PhD thesis). University of Edinburgh ...
*  FINDbase
Genetic variation Georgitsi, Marianthi; Viennas Emmanouil; Antoniou Dimitris I; Gkantouna Vassiliki; van Baal Sjozef; Petricoin ... FINDbase was founded in 2006 to be a relational database for these frequencies of causative genetic variations of inherited ... The Frequency of INherited Disorders database (FINDbase) is a database of frequencies of causative genetic variations worldwide ... a worldwide database for genetic variation allele frequencies updated". Nucleic Acids Res. England. 39 (Database issue): D926- ...
*  Multiregional origin of modern humans
"Selection, nuclear genetic variation, and mtDNA". john hawks weblog. Retrieved 2011-01-05. Thorne, A.G.; Wolpoff, M.H. (2003 ... Thorne, A. G.; Wolpoff, M. H.; Eckhardt, R. B. (1993). "Genetic variation in Africa". Science. 261 (5128): 1507-1508. doi: ... But in 2002, Alan Templeton published a genetic analysis involving other loci in the genome as well, and this showed that some ... 2010-12-23). "Genetic history of an archaic hominin group from Denisova Cave in Siberia". Nature. 468 (7327): 1053-1060. ...
*  Hugh Loxdale
... intra-clonal genetic variation ; rapid evolution in insect populations due to various genetic-ecological mechanisms ; ... Spatial and temporal genetic variation of populations of Sitobion avenae (F.) (Hemiptera: Aphididae). Bulletin of Entomological ... V. Monti and colleagues have demonstrated the existence of intra-clonal, inter-embryo genetic variation in terms of chromosome ... Aphids are known to show much variation − morphological, genetic, behavioural, etc. − which emphasizes the fact that they need ...
*  Roland L. Fischer
ISBN 0-306-48484-6. Prescott, J.; Tepper, Beverly J. (2004). Genetic Variation in Taste Sensitivity. CRC Press. ISBN 0203023439 ... Genetic and Environmental Variation in Taste: Associations With Sweet Intensity, Preference, and Intake. Topics in Clinical ...
*  Racialism
"Genetic variation, classification and 'race'". Nature. Retrieved November 18, 2014. Ancestry, then, is a more subtle and ... "Human genetic research, race, ethnicity and the labeling of populations: recommendations based on an interdisciplinary workshop ... "Why Your Race Isn't Genetic". Pacific Standard. Retrieved December 13, 2014. [O]ngoing contacts, plus the fact that we were a ... The relationship between self-reported identity and genetic African ancestry, as well as the low numbers of self-reported ...
*  Multiracial
"Genetic variation, classification and 'race'". Nature Genetics. 36 (11 Suppl): S28-S33. doi:10.1038/ng1435. PMID 15508000. ... Genetic studies shows that Central Asian Turkic people and Hazara are a mixture of Northeast Asians and Indo-European people. ... Most Brazilians of all racial groups (except Asian Brazilians and Natives) are to some extent mixed-race according to genetic ... Some percentage of people who look black will possess genetic markers indicating the majority of their recent ancestors were ...
*  Race and health
... "more genetic variation among individual people than between larger racial groups". In general, an average of 80% of genetic ... This includes research which strives to analyze human genetic variation in smaller groups than races across the world. One such ... Jackson, F. L. (2004). "Human genetic variation and health: new assessment approaches based on ethnogenetic layering". British ... Jordge Lynn B.; Wooding Stephen P. (2004). "Genetic Variation, classification and 'race'"". Nature Genetics. 36 (11): S28-S33. ...
*  Consanguinity
In genetic terms, consanguinity derives from the reduction in variation due to meiosis that occurs because of the smaller ... Jorde, Lynn B; Wooding, Stephen P (2004). "Genetic variation, classification and 'race'". Nature Genetics. 36: S28-S33. doi: ... Also, at a genetic level, half-fourth cousins typically do not exhibit greater genetic similarity with one another than with ... Due to variation in geographical and ethnic background and the loci chosen to genotype there is some 2.4% variation expected. ...
*  Albuca bracteata
Seed production provides genetic variation. Micropropagation of Albuca bracteata has been achieved. Bulblet production was ...
*  F-statistics
Early studies argued that 85-90% of the genetic variation is found within individuals residing in the same populations within ... Jorde, Lynn B; Wooding, Stephen P (2004). "Genetic variation, classification and 'race'". Nature Genetics. 36 (11s): S28-33. ... It is well established that the genetic diversity among human populations is low, although the distribution of the genetic ... This correlation is influenced by several evolutionary processes, such as genetic drift, founder effect, bottleneck, genetic ...
*  Basel Computational Biology Conference
2013 "Genetic Variation + Human Health" 2012 "ECCB'12, 11th European Conference on Computational Biology" in association with ... "Genetic Variation and Human Health". "European Conference on Computational Biology 2012". "Multiscale Modeling". "Regulation ...
*  Dandie Dinmont Terrier
Weiner, Michael P; Gabriel, Stacey B; Stephens, J Claiborne (2007). Genetic Variation: a Laboratory Manual. Cold Spring Harbor ...
*  List of Once Upon a Time creatures
Werewolves are people born via genetic inheritance with the ability to shape shift into a wolf during the full moon (also known ... somewhat similar to the turtle variation of the Aspidochelone). In "Trust Me", Alice and the Knave of Hearts end up on it after ...
*  Arab diaspora
Papiha, S.S.; Mastana, S.S.; Jaysekara, R. (October 1996). "Genetic Variation in Sri Lanka". 68 (5): 707-737 [709]. JSTOR ... One genetic study found that on average the Colombians have 8.5% genes from Middle East. Mexico has over 1,100,000 Arab-origin ... In addition, the variation in Arab ethnic majorities across the different city centers further indicates their expectations for ... "Race in Sri Lanka What Genetic evidence tells us". Retrieved 20 July 2014. ...