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Imprinting is the term used in psychology and ethology to describe any kind of phase-sensitive learning that is rapid and apparently independent of the consequences of behavior. It was first used to describe situations in...
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Genomic imprinting is a genetic phenomenon by which certain genes are expressed in a parent-of-origin-specific manner. It is an inheritance process independent of the classical Mendelian inheritance. Imprinted genes are either expressed only from the allele inherited...
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Before imprinting takes place, the brain of the young bird has a capacity to ... Imprinting in mammals is more rare. ... discovering imprinting, Lorenz ...
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The imprinting Foundation is dedicated to the development and extension of new technologies promoting sustainable agriculture and ecological restoration.
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IMPRINTING Simulation. The formation of social bonds in young precocial birds ... Socialization and imprinting in brown leghorn chicks. Journal of Animal ...
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However, if imprinting is possible, genes may have information about their ... My interest in genetic imprinting began while I was completing my doctorate at ...
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Genomic Imprinting and Environmental Disease Susceptibility, Randy L. Jirtle, ... Human 11p15.5 and Mouse Distal 7: Analysis of an Imprinted Gene Cluster ...
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Imprinting summary with 22 pages of encyclopedia entries, essays, summaries, research information, and more. ... Imprinting refers to the chemical modification ...
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The process of imprinting starts in the gametes where the allele destined to be ... Imprinting and Parthenogenesis ... harvested before imprinting occurs and ...
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Imprinting is used in psychology and ethology to describe any kind of learning ... Filial imprinting was first reported in domestic chickens, by the nineteenth ...
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Imprinting: ... I have seen a form of imprinting in a young pigeon I kept for ... Lorentz maintained that imprinting happened during the first day ...
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Retrotransposon Silencing by DNA Methylation Can Drive Mammalian Imprinting ... Imprinting Finding May Aid in Colorectal Cancer Screening ...
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Defining the Extent of Imprinting. Trends and Mechanisms. Microimprinted Domains ... A number of genes undergo imprinting as a result of epigenetic modifications ...
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The Wellcome Trust provides a brief overview of imprinting. Additional information about genomic imprinting is available from the Centre for ...
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Another Genetic Battle of the Sexes: Imprinting ... Called genomic imprinting, this intricately orchestrated give-and-take plays out ...
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