Quantitative Genetik by Gunnar Eilert Hiorth (auth.)

By Gunnar Eilert Hiorth (auth.)

Einführung.- 1 Selektion in Gemischen und in reinen Linien.- I. Historische Einleitung.- II. Johannsens Untersuchungen an Bohnen.- III. Künstliche Herstellung reiner Linien.- IV. Asexuelle Linien.- V. Moderne Betrachtungen.- 2 Statistik und Versuchstechnik.- I. Variationskurven.- II. Die Standardabweichung.- III. Prüfung einer Kurve auf Normalität.- IV. Versuchstechnik.- three Elemente der quantitativen Genetik.- I. Charakteristika quantitativer Vererbung.- II. examine der genetischen Effekte.- III. Der Ertrag.- four Beispiele.- five Genetische Komplikationen; Effekte der Umwelt.- I. Genkonversion.- II. „Perigene“ Vererbung.- III. Effekte der Umwelt.- IV. Erfahrungen an Inzuchten.- 6 Genaktion und Geninteraktion.- I. examine des Gens.- II. Heterozygotieeffekte.- III. Geninteraktion.- IV. Die Theorie der pseudopolymeren Gene.- 7 Genetisch-physiologische Kontrollen.- I. Theorie der residuellen Effektivität.- II. Nachweis residueller Effektivität.- III. examine der Kontrollen.- eight Theoretische Populationsgenetik.- I. Genhäufigkeit in panmiktischen Populationen.- II. Selektion.- III. Mutationen.- IV. Die Größe der Populationen.- nine Mutationen.- I. Allgemeines.- II. Die selektiven Werte der Mutationen.- III. examine von Populationen.- 10 Konkurrenz und Kooperation.- I. Populationsdichte.- II. Interaktionen zwischen Genotypen.- III. Selektive Effekte bei Autogamen.- IV. Allogame Organismen.- eleven Assoziation.- I. Probleme der Korrelation.- II. Beispiele für Assoziation von Charakteren.- III. Chromosomale Methoden.- IV. Theorie der Segmentgröße.- 12 Inzucht.- I. Manifestation der Inzucht.- II. Theorien der Inzuchtdepression.- III. Inzucht in Populationen.- IV. Systeme und Methoden der Inzucht.- thirteen Selektion bei Autogamen.- I. Methoden und Prinzipien.- II. Erblichkeitsanteil (heritability).- 14 Selektion bei Allogamen.- I. Methoden der Züchtung.- II. Prinzipien der Selektion.- III. Nebeneffekte der Selektion.- IV. Formen und Aspekte der Selektion.- 15 Selektionsresistenz.- I. Die Struktur der Populationen.- II. Theorie der Selektionsresistenz.- III. Erfahrungen an selektionierten Stämmen.- sixteen Heterosis I. Manifestation und biologische Bedeutung.- I. Geschichte und Wesen der Heterosiszüditung.- II. Manifestation der Heterosis.- III. Biologische Betrachtungen.- 17 Heterosis II. Genetische Aspekte.- I. Komplikationen.- II. Effekte der Dominanz.- III. Effekte der Heterozygotie.- IV. Interaktionen.- V. Genomale Effekte.- VI. Heterosis bei autogamen Objekten.- VII. Hybride Populationen.- 18 Heterosis III. Kombinationseignung.- I. Allgemeines.- II. Selektion in spaltenden Inzuchtlinien.- III. Récurrente Selektion auf Kombinationseignung.- 19 Weitere Methoden und Probleme der Züchtung.- I. Methoden der Selektion.- II. Folgegenerationen von Kreuzungen.- III. Probleme der Züchtungsgenetik.- IV. Technische Probleme.- 20 Das approach der Variabilität.- I. Die Variabilität der Kulturpflanzen.- II. Bausteine der Evolution.- III. Aufrechterhaltung der Variabilität.- IV. Speicherung und Maskierung der Variabilität.- V. Monomorphe und polymorphe Populationen.- VI. Die erbliche Belastung der Populationen.- 21 Diskussionen und Konklusionen.- I. Die genetischen Grundlagen des Ertrages.- II. Probleme der progressiven Inzucht.- III. Probleme der Selektion.- Namenverzeichnis.

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Genetics: from genes to genomes - 3rd Edition by Leland H. Hartwell, Leroy Hood, Visit Amazon's Michael L.

By Leland H. Hartwell, Leroy Hood, Visit Amazon's Michael L. Goldberg Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Michael L. Goldberg, , Ann E. Reynolds, Visit Amazon's Lee M. Silver Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Lee M. Silver, , Ru

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Plant Transposable Elements: Impact on Genome Structure and by Thomas Wicker (auth.), Marie-Angèle Grandbastien, Josep M.

By Thomas Wicker (auth.), Marie-Angèle Grandbastien, Josep M. Casacuberta (eds.)

Transposable parts are brief lengths of DNA with the means to maneuver among various issues inside of a genome. This procedure can impact the functionality of genes at or close to the insertion website. the current booklet offers an summary of the effect of transposable components on plant genomes and explains tips to realize and learn transposable components, e.g. through the use of state of the art innovations like “new iteration sequencing.” additionally, the effect of transposable parts on plant genome constitution and serve as is reviewed intimately, and likewise illustrated in examples and case reports. The e-book is meant either for readers acquainted with the sector and for novices. With large-scale sequencing changing into more and more to be had, a growing number of humans will encounter transposable aspect sequences of their information, and this quantity will confidently support to persuade them that they're not only “junk DNA.”

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New Genetics, New Social Formation by Peter Glasner, Paul Atkinson, Helen Greenslade

By Peter Glasner, Paul Atkinson, Helen Greenslade

New genetic applied sciences reduce throughout a number public regulatory domain names and personal lifeworlds, frequently showing to generate an institutional void in accordance with the complicated demanding situations they pose. accordingly, a couple of new social formations are being constructed to valid public engagement and keep away from the perceived democratic deficit which may end result. Papers during this quantity talk about various those manifestations in a world context, including:

  • genetic information banks
  • committees of inquiry
  • non-governmental companies (NGOs)
  • national study laboratories.

These associations, throughout either health and wellbeing and agriculture, are explored in such different destinations as Amazonia, China, Finland, Israel, the united kingdom and america. This quantity indicates a transparent thematic coherence round the impression of the hot genetics and their linked applied sciences on new social formations, and the case experiences integrated have an important overseas concentration, displaying a stability among theoretical and empirical ways during this quickly altering field.

This cutting edge new quantity could be of curiosity to postgraduates and pros within the fields of sociology, social anthropology, technology and expertise stories, and environmental studies.

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The Genetics of Complex Thyroid Diseases by Yaron Tomer MD, FACP (auth.), Takashi Akamizu M.D., Masato

By Yaron Tomer MD, FACP (auth.), Takashi Akamizu M.D., Masato Kasuga M.D., Terry F. Davies M.D. (eds.)

The swift advancements in molecular genetics have clarified the various muta­ tions in monogenic thyroid illnesses over the past 20 years; now the objective of molecular thyroid genetics has develop into the oligogenic thyroid illnesses. those contain the autoimmune thyroid ailments and familial thyroid cancers, either one of that are a lot commoner than the monogenic ailments. notwithstanding, the strategy­ ological method of the genetics of those extra advanced ailments remains to be faraway from being good proven. even supposing the invention of susceptibility genes has been partly entire in advanced illnesses reminiscent of bronchial asthma, Crohn's dis­ ease, and kinds I and II diabetes mellitus, the elucidation of susceptibility genes in complicated illnesses is still an incredible problem. This quantity comprises papers awarded on the foreign Symposium at the Genetics of advanced Thyroid illnesses. This assembly used to be held in organization with the foreign Thyroid Congress in Kyoto in October 2000 and sup­ ported partly by way of the Japan Intractable illnesses examine starting place and Knoll prescribed drugs Inc. The symposium used to be the 1st overseas symposium con­ cerning the genetics of complicated thyroid illnesses and used to be limited to the learn of the autoimmune thyroid illnesses and familial thyroid melanoma. Twenty distin­ guished researchers from the USA, the uk, France, Ger­ many, Italy, and Japan have been invited. each one presentation brought on extreme dis­ cussion and there has been a lot consensus through the assembly. however, this quantity will depart the reader with a transparent realizing of ways little we nonetheless know.

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Genes IX by Benjamin Lewin

By Benjamin Lewin

From popular writer Benjamin Lewin comes the most recent variation of his vintage textual content, Genes IX. for many years Lewin has supplied the instructing group with the main leading edge presentation of molecular biology and molecular genetics, protecting gene constitution, sequencing, association, and expression. the hot 9th variation boasts a clean smooth layout and modern artwork application, in addition to a brand new association which permits scholars to concentration extra sharply on person subject matters. completely up to date all through, together with a brand new bankruptcy on Epigenetic results, Genes IX proves to be the most up-tp-date, finished and student-friendly molecular biology textual content to be had!

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The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins

By Richard Dawkins

Richard Dawkins' fabulous reformulation of the idea of usual choice has the infrequent contrast of getting provoked as a lot pleasure and curiosity outdoor the clinical group as inside of it. His theories have helped switch the entire nature of the research of social biology, and feature pressured hundreds of thousands of readers to reconsider their ideals approximately life.

In his across the world bestselling, now vintage quantity, The egocentric Gene, Dawkins explains how the egocentric gene is usually a sophisticated gene. the realm of the egocentric gene revolves round savage festival, ruthless exploitation, and deceit, and but, Dawkins argues, acts of obvious altruism do exist in nature. Bees, for instance, will devote suicide once they sting to guard the hive, and birds will danger their lives to warn the flock of an forthcoming hawk.

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The Genetic Code and the Origin of Life by Lluís Ribas de Pouplana Ph.D. (auth.)

By Lluís Ribas de Pouplana Ph.D. (auth.)

Early innovations on RNA and the beginning of existence the complete impression of the fundamental function of the nucleic acids in organic structures used to be forcefully established via the study neighborhood within the Fifties. even if Avery and his collaborators had pointed out DNA because the genetic fabric accountable for the transformation of micro organism in 1944, it used to be no longer till the early Nineteen Fifties that the Hershey-Chase experiments supplied a extra direct demonstration of this position. eventually, the structural DNA double helix proposed by means of Watson and Crick in 1953 in actual fact created a structural body­ paintings for the function of DNA as either info service and as a molecule that may endure the mandatory replication wanted for daughter cells. study persisted via Kornberg and his colleagues within the mid-1950s emphasised the biochemistry and enzymology of DNA replication. while, there has been a starting to be curiosity within the function of RNA. The 1956 dis­ covery by way of David Davies and myself confirmed that polyadenylic acid and polyuridylic acid may well shape a double-helical RNA molecule yet that it differed a little from DN A a number of experiments have been subsequendy performed with artificial polyribonucleotides which illustrated that RNA may possibly shape much more advanced helical constructions during which the specificity of hydrogen bonding used to be the most important point in choosing the molecular conformation. eventually, in I960,1 may possibly convey that it was once attainable to make a hybrid helix.

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