... more than one organism, genetics considers how heredity
works between parent and offspring. Ethology ... biochemistry . All organisms pass on their heredity
via the genetic material which is based upon ... types.
Genetics is the science of genes , heredity
, and the variation of organisms .
In modern ...
... to wholly different fields) to describe the heredity
of traits. With the re-discovery of the ... and offspring—a way of conceptualizing heredity
that would concentrate on a "height factor" ... early scientific journals devoted to the study of heredity
in general were run by eugenicists and featured ...
... = give birth) is the science of genes , heredity
, and the variation of organisms . The word ... of Genetics
Annals of Human Genetics
Genes and Development
Journal of heredity
The Virtual Library on ...
... and pathophysiology
5.1 Molecular biology
5.4 Environment and diet
7 Coping with cancer ... and, therefore, is usually removed surgically, if possible.
Most forms of cancer are "sporadic", and have no basis in heredity. ...
Thomas Hunt Morgan
... (the common fruit fly) at Columbia University , he became interested in heredity
. Gregor Mendel 's theories had recently been rediscovered around 1900 ... and his students also wrote the seminal book The Mechanism of Mendelian heredity
. Morgan moved to the California Institute of Technology in 1928 . ...
... agreed with views first expressed (and later retracted) by Wallace and later by his cousin Francis Galton that intelligence and personality were heredity
traits in humans, and that the arrangements of society could potentially affect these traits in a negative fashion. He also clearly had a certain ...
... instructions for the biological development of all cellular forms of life and many viruses . DNA is sometimes referred to as the molecule of heredity
as it is inherited and used to propagate traits . During reproduction , it is replicated and transmitted to offspring.
In bacteria and ...
Galton's 1869 work, Hereditary Genius , popularised historiometry and also formed the beginning of his thoughts on eugenics and heredity
. In statistics , Galton was the first to describe and explain the common phenomenon of regression toward the mean in the 1870s and 1880s . ...
... Prepared by Robert Robbins
Reginald Punnett , Mendelism , Cambridge, 1905
Robert Lock, Recent Progress in the Study of Variation, heredity
and Evolution , London, 1906
James Walsh, Catholic Churchmen in Science , Philadelphia: Dolphin Press, 1906
... of the first to use the term biology in its modern sense.¹
Lamarck is remembered today mainly in connection with a discredited theory of heredity
, the " inheritance of acquired traits ", but Charles Darwin and others acknowledged him as an early proponent of ideas about evolution. In 1861 ...
... 1863 cultivated and tested some 28,000 pea plants. His experiments brought forth two generalizations which later became known as Mendel's Laws of heredity
or Mendelian inheritance . These are described in his paper " Experiments on Plant Hybridization " that was read to the Natural History Society of ...
... his discovery in 1944 with his co-worker Maclyn McCarty that DNA is the material of which genes and chromosomes are made. Previously, heredity
information (genes) was thought to be stored in cells in protein molecules. (Before McCarty he had worked on this topic with Collin Macleod ...
... Intelligence is said by some to be about 80% genetic after one matures. Others, such as R. C Lewontin, reject the idea of 'dividing' environment and heredity
in such an artificial way.
Here's how scientific sociobiology usually proceeds: A social behaviour is first explained as a sociobiological ...
... ecology and other fields
Evolutionary biology of both animals and plants is considered in the articles on evolution , population genetics , heredity
, variation , Mendelism , reproduction .
Systematics , cladistics , phylogenetics , phylogeography , biogeography and taxonomy classify ...