... surnames led to the concept of Galton-Watson stochastic processes .
The method of identifying criminals by their fingerprints had been ... this day. He also estimated the probability of two persons having the same fingerprint
and studied the heritability and racial differences in fingerprints.
... cause for concern  . The cautious juror should not convict on genetic fingerprint
evidence alone if other factors raise doubt.
When evaluating a DNA ... fingerprinting
How DNA Evidence Works
How to make a DNA (genetic) fingerprint
and applications of DNA Fingerprinting
The Wellcome Trust: History of ...
Polymerase chain reaction
... electrophoresis. The overall layout of the DNA fragments is called a DNA fingerprint
Figure 4 : Electrophoresis of ... (2) Child. (3) Mother. The child has inherited some, but not all of the fingerprint
of each of its parents, giving it a new, unique fingerprint.
... tools of genetic engineering . The position of cleavage sites throughout an individual's genome determines one kind of an individual's " DNA fingerprint
Main article: DNA replication
DNA replication or DNA synthesis is the process of copying the double-stranded DNA ...
... may be gained or lost at an especially high frequency during each round of mitosis . Hence a tumour cell line might show a different genetic fingerprint
from that of the host tissue.
See also: minisatellite , mobile element , transposon , short interspersed repetitive element , long interspersed ...