*  The Mermaid's Tale: 2017
... genetic drift, and selection. Important! Banned words for your scenario include: Need(s/ed/ing), want(s/ed/ing), try(s/ed/ing ... genetic drift, and natural selection. You may need to just change a few words or you may need to completely revise the entire ... Natural selection, genetic drift and gene flow do not act in isolation in natural populations - Andrews (Nature Ed) ... Like selection, drift can completely fix or completely eliminate traits. Genetic drift is always occurring, and so is negative ...
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*  Ecology, sexual selection and speciation - Maan - 2011 - Ecology Letters - Wiley Online Library
Previous article in issue: Parallel declines in species and genetic diversity in tropical forest fragments Previous article in ... Herein, we review the empirical literature addressing the mechanisms by which natural selection and sexual selection can ... Unfortunately, speciation biologists often consider sexual selection in isolation from natural selection, even though sexually ... Ecology, sexual selection and speciation. Authors. *. Martine E. Maan,. Corresponding authorSearch for more papers by this ...
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*  Selective sweep with significant positive selection serves as the driving force for the differentiation of japonica and indica...
Therefore, the indica-japonica differentiation was driven not only by genetic drifts or possible natural selection of wild rice ... which strongly implied selection sweep and genetic bottleneck (Additional file 1: Figure S6). Within this block, 8 genes ( ... higher genetic diversity in the worldwide cultivars than that only in Chinese landraces; (ii) an underestimation of the genetic ... Genetic Analysis and Gene-Mapping of Two Reduced-Culm-Number Mutants in Rice. J Integr Plant Biol. 2006;48:341-7.View Article ...
  https://bmcgenomics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12864-017-3702-x
*  Moffitt Cancer Center Researchers: Darwin's Principles Say Cancer Will Always Evolve To Resist Treatment - Redorbit
Cancer cell development, like any natural selection (or Darwinian) process, is governed by environmental selection forces and ... Investigating cancer and its proliferation through genetic changes and ignoring the adaptive landscape is most likely futile. ... Natural selection was the process identified by Darwin by which nature selects certain physical attributes, or phenotypes, to ... This concept, said the authors, may provide an advantage when designing new therapies by "directing" the natural selection ...
  http://www.redorbit.com/news/science/1112643407/moffitt-cancer-center-researchers-darwins-principles-say-cancer-will-always-evolve-to-resist-treatment/
*  Sandwalk: September 2012
There seems to be no more design in the variability of organic beings and in the action of natural selection, than in the ... Most of a person's genetic risk for common diseases such as diabetes, asthma and hardening of the arteries appears to lie in ... Natural selection directs the course of evolutionary change. Stephen Jay Gould (1977) Rudyard Kipling asked how the leopard got ... The essence of Darwinism lies in its claim that natural selection creates the fit. Variation is ubiquitous and random in ...
  http://sandwalk.blogspot.fi/2012/09/
*  Eco-Evo Evo-Eco: March 2016
... a meta-analysis of genetic selection coefficients in natural populations. Biologists have been measuring phenotypic selection ... 2014, on selection in Timema stick insects. Related papers:. Anderson JT, Lee C-R, Mitchell-Olds T (2014) Strong selection ... It's an exciting time to be studying natural selection at the genetic level! We were really surprised at the breadth of ... Thurman TJ, Barrett RDH (2016) The genetic consequences of selection in natural populations. Molecular Ecology, 25, 1429-1488. ...
  http://ecoevoevoeco.blogspot.fi/2016/03/
*  Rapid Detection of Positive Selection in Genes and Genomes Through Variation Clusters | Genetics
1983). Third, identification of genes subject to positive selection can help answer whether genetic differences between ... Natural selection favors its bearer and will thus increase its frequency. To identify genes subject to positive selection is as ... Massingham, T., and N. Goldman, 2005 Detecting amino acid sites under positive selection and purifying selection. Genetics 169: ... 2004 Population history and natural selection shape patterns of genetic variation in 132 genes. PloS Biol. 2: 1591-1599. ...
  http://www.genetics.org/content/176/4/2451
*  Parental sex discrimination and intralocus sexual conflict | Biology Letters
This form of selection is known to be capable of maintaining genetic and fitness variation in nature, the extent of which is ... After selection, the frequencies of A1 among successful eggs and sperm of the next generation are. 2.1a. 2.1b. 2.1cThe ... is shielded from selection. This is similar to the dilution of the force of selection for genes with maternal effects, the so- ... After selection, the allele frequencies among the gametes of the offspring generation are. 3.1a. 3.1b. 3.1c ...
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*  Weak Selection - Wikipedia
For example, genetic drift could cause a nearly neutral mutation to become the dominant allele in a population by wiping out ... Weak selection works to elongate fixation time for two competing alleles. Consequently, weak selection provides a model for ... Otherwise there would be no expectation of fixation and hence no selection. The result of weak selection is two phenotypes with ... Weak selection, therefore, is an evolutionary theory to explain the maintenance of multiple phenotypes in a stable population [ ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weak_Selection
*  Northanger 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 Austen's novels, with their ...
  http://jasna.org/publications/persuasions-online/vol38no1/lau/
*  Genetic 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 child's potential. Advocates argue ...
  http://ethics.iit.edu/eelibrary/node/3638
*  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 ...
  https://phys.org/tags/genetic+selection/page2.html
*  Selection (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 ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Selection_(genetic_algorithm)
*  Detecting 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 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 ...
  http://www.medindia.net/news/Spain-Permits-Genetic-Embryo-Selection-To-Screen-For-Cancer-50336-1.htm
*  Selection of genetic inhibitors of rabies virus, Archives of Virology | 10.1007/s00705-004-0299-6 | DeepDyve
"Selection of genetic inhibitors of rabies virus, Archives of Virology" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for ... Selection of genetic inhibitors of rabies virus. Selection of genetic inhibitors of rabies virus Wunner, W. H.; Pallatroni, C ... Selection of genetic inhibitors of rabies virus. Wunner, W. H.; Pallatroni, C.; Curtis, P. J. ... www.deepdyve.com/lp/springer-journals/selection-of-genetic-inhibitors-of-rabies-virus-kJ0DmdD777 ...
  https://www.deepdyve.com/lp/springer_journal/selection-of-genetic-inhibitors-of-rabies-virus-kJ0DmdD777
*  Genetic memory vs natural selection
... Mike Clark mrc7 at cam.ac.uk Tue Oct 12 07:03:37 EST 1999 *Previous message: Genetic ...
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*  Genetic Variation in Prostate-Specific Antigen-Detected Prostate Cancer and the Effect of Control Selection on Genetic...
Genetic Variation in Prostate-Specific Antigen-Detected Prostate Cancer and the Effect of Control Selection on Genetic ... Genetic Variation in Prostate-Specific Antigen-Detected Prostate Cancer and the Effect of Control Selection on Genetic ... Genetic Variation in Prostate-Specific Antigen-Detected Prostate Cancer and the Effect of Control Selection on Genetic ... Genetic Variation in Prostate-Specific Antigen-Detected Prostate Cancer and the Effect of Control Selection on Genetic ...
  http://cebp.aacrjournals.org/content/23/7/1356
*  Explain the role of natural selection and genetic drift in spec, Question no 63708, Biology | Topperlearning
Get Solution of Question no 63708, Explain the role of natural selection and genetic drift in speciation by citing an example ... Explain the role of natural selection and genetic drift in speciation by citing an example. ... Genetic driftrefers to random changes in gene frequencies that usually occurs in a small population and results from chance ... Thus, natural selection is directing evolution in the beetle population. It results in adaptations in the beetle population to ...
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*  Genetic Mapping and Genomic Selection Using Recombination Breakpoint Data | Genetics
Genetic Mapping and Genomic Selection Using Recombination Breakpoint Data. Shizhong Xu. Genetics November 1, 2013 vol. 195 no. ... Genetic Mapping and Genomic Selection Using Recombination Breakpoint Data. Shizhong Xu. Genetics November 1, 2013 vol. 195 no. ... Genetic Mapping and Genomic Selection Using Recombination Breakpoint Data. Shizhong Xu. Genetics November 1, 2013 vol. 195 no. ... Genetic Mapping and Genomic Selection Using Recombination Breakpoint Data Message Subject (Your Name) has forwarded a page to ...
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*  explain the role of natural selection and genetic drift in speciation by citing an example zsysttdd -Biology - TopperLearning...
explain the role of natural selection and genetic drift in speciation by citing an example zsysttdd -Biology - TopperLearning. ... Explain the role of natural selection and genetic drift in speciation by citing an example. Asked by 1st March 2013, 6:40 PM ... Genetic driftrefers to random changes in gene frequencies that usually occurs in a small population and results from chance ... Thus, natural selection is directing evolution in the beetle population. It results in adaptations in the beetle population to ...
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*  Difference Between Natural Selection and Genetic Drift
Natural Selection vs Genetic Drift Both natural selection and genetic drift lead to evolution process by varying the gene ... Natural Selection vs Genetic Drift Both natural selection and genetic drift lead to evolution process by varying the gene ... Natural selection increases genetic variation, whereas genetic drift does not increase genetic variation compared to natural ... whereas genetic drift is a random selection.. • Natural selection occurs due to environmental challenges, whereas genetic drift ...
  http://www.differencebetween.com/difference-between-natural-selection-and-vs-genetic-drift/
*  "Natural selection and genetic variation in a promising Chagas disease " by Joseph P. Gallant
However, no study has examined the role of natural selection in genetic variation in TcTS. In order to understand the role of ... The data are analyzed to understand the role of natural selection in shaping genetic variation in TcTS and interpreted in light ... Variance in disease pathology depends somewhat on T. cruzi DTU, as well, there is considerable genetic variation within DTUs. ... a protozoan parasite known to consist of six separate genetic clusters or DTUs (discrete typing units). Chagas disease ...
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*  The genetic basis of negative selection of Tcrb-Vll+ T cells | SpringerLink
H-2 genes responsible for negative selection of Tcrb-V 11+ T cells were examined using backcross mice of various strains with ... Non-H-2 genes responsible for negative selection of Tcrb-V 11+ T cells were examined using backcross mice of various strains ... Vacchio, M. S., Ryan, J. J., and Hodes, R. J.: Characterization of the ligand(s) responsible for negative selection of Vβ 11- ...
  https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2FBF01719234