RE:BEAUTY AND PHENOTYPES AMAZIGH RACE IN NORTH AFRICA The beautiful European race called the Berbers.
Genotypes and Phenotypes My science project
black women are envious of the native phenotype Part 2 The World Wants To Know
Phenotypes change through Sp transduction on 4 Feb 010.wmv Good bacteria changed to bad and dangerous bacteria
Organic high CBD cannabis-Cannatonic phenotypes Inside my 1st medical cannabis grow: UPDATE: for more info about high CBD cannabis see this site: Project CBD For info on the type of Cannatonic I'm growing : also: my cannatonics in various stages of flowering showing different phenotypes found in cannatonic strain. More cannatonic videos on this channel genetics: TGA Pandora's Box (Jack the Ripper x Space Queen) Cannatonic (Mk Ultra x G-13 haze) Mother chucker's CHEMJACK ( Jack Herer x Chem 4) 7 stars Sour / Calio / haze Gear: switchable magnetic ballast (cheap and noisy, hot to boot! ) 1000w hps Plantmax vertical bare bulb(the box says it's"the ultimate grow lamp"... what's your opinion?) sunleaves 6"ho fan (noisy) old varistat on fan ( less noisy turned down manually during lights out) can 33 carbon filter 5 x 5 x 7 dr150 secret jardin tent oil filled radiator on timer for lights out heat just right xtra organic soil mix Nutes: BioBizz Organic Bubbled compost teas with Kelp , 4 Guano's, Worm poop, bone meal, molasses, Liquid Karma. Here's the tea recipe i found online in the organics for beginners thread you can find it on most of the cannabis growing forums. I don't suspend my mix in any filter I just dump it into a big plastic tote with 15 gallons of warm water and bubble for a day or 2.... i'm not always sure when the tent is going to feel ready to water, so getting the timing right for a noob like me can be ...
Natural Science II: Genomes and Diversity - "Breed Discrimination & Genotypes and Phenotypes" NYU OpenED: Natural Science II: Genomes and Diversity
Blue Dynamite two phenotypes and AFGoo 6x6x6 space ..3 , 600 watt digitals....female grower!
Vertical Integration of Evolutionary Mechanisms: Pelvic Reduction in the Threespine Stickleback Natural selection is the primary cause of adaptation and the evolution of biodiversity. Darwin thought that natural selection acts on minor differences and causes slow evolution in such small steps that it is invisible in the present. Although rapid evolution of pesticide resistance by agricultural pests and of antibiotic resistance by bacteria is recognized, it may be due to unnatural selection imposed by humans. Is Darwin's view on evolutionary tempos correct, or is rapid evolution of pests and bacteria typical? Two evolutionary time series from threespine stickleback fish provide insights into evolutionary tempos within vertebrate lineages in response to natural environmental change. Samples from a fossil stickleback (Gasterosteus doryssus) lineage at 250-year intervals revealed dramatic evolution of pelvic reduction. Although average pelvic structure evolved gradually over a about 4000 years, it resulted from changes in the relative frequencies of two extreme, alternative phenotypes. Similarly, annual samples from a modern stickleback (G. aculeatus) population since 1990 in an Alaskan lake that was colonized by marine stickleback in the 1980s revealed extensive contemporary evolution. Like pelvic structure in the fossil lineage, the average number of armor plates evolved gradually, but gradual change of average phenotypes resulted from change in the relative frequencies of two extreme, alternative phenotypes. Other traits in both the fossil and modern lineages evolved ...
The Four Elements Of Human Phenotypes the four elements of human phenotypes
What is a Genome? Using fruit flies and small plants, USC professor researches the route from genotype to phenotype to understand more about disease states in humans.
Genetics 101 Part 4: What is phenotype? Discover how your observable traits, or phenotypes, are the result of interactions between your genes and environment. More information about 23andMe can be found at www.23
Gridlock on the Genomic Beltway: How Epigenetic Gene Silencing Shapes our Cellular Phenotypes Air date: Wednesday, October 14, 2009, 3:00:00 PM Timedisplayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local Category: Wednesday Afternoon Lectures Description: Dr. Rauscher's research at Wistar focuses on the molecular genetics of cancer. In particular, he is interested in the structure-function aspects of tumor suppressor and oncogene proteins, mechanisms of transcriptional regulation, transcriptional control of cellular differentiation programs and organogenesis. Several years ago, he and his research team described the function of the WT1 gene that, when mutated, causes Wilms' Tumor. More recently, Dr. Rauscher and his team discovered BAP1, a gene encoding an enzyme that helps regulate levels of BRCA1 and is involved in the development of breast and lung cancers. The NIH Director's Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series includes weekly scientific talks by some of the top researchers in the biomedical sciences worldwide. Runtime: 00:58:26 NLM Title: Gridlock on the genomic beltway : how epigenetic gene silencing shapes our cellular phenotypes [electronic resource] / Frank J. Rauscher III. Series: NIH director's Wednesday afternoon lecture series Author: Rauscher, F J. National Institutes of Health (US) Publisher: [Bethesda, Md. : National Institutes of Health, 2009] Other Title(s): NIH director's Wednesday afternoon lecture series Subjects: Cell Differentiation--physiology Gene Silencing--physiology Genome, Human--genetics Phenotype Publication Types: Government Publications ...
CheeseQuake.wmv Cheese Quake by TGA A Exodus Cheese X Querkle Hybrid Cheese X Querkle The taste, Like a Grape Cheese Danish is amazing and we already dig this new strain. Both variations of the females are special in their own way as far as flavor is concerned. The Urkle Dom has a more grape musty taste and the Cheese Dom that unusual cheese smell, but both of the females have the same euphoric head high combined with a body stone. I can't wait to have this strain tested at the lab as both MzJill and myself get really high after smoking it to the point of impairment and that's unusual for us. Its easy to smoke has a nice flavor but the high is much stronger than you would expect and I think Cheese Quake gets me higher with more pain relief that either of it's parents. Phenotypes - Variation with phenotypes like both parent strains Height-Medium to Tall Yield-Heavy Indoor/ Outdoor Best Way to grow- Untopped forms a classic tree shape topped forms a thick bush like plant Harvest Window-8-9 weeks Sativa/ Indica 40/60 Hybrid- Cheese X Urkle X Space Queen High type-Head tingling initial buzz followed by energetic body stone Taste/ Smell Pungent and funky with hints of Cheese and fruits along with a musty sour smell and hints of grape
takotsubo syndrome a rare presentation (all phenotypes in same patient) Takotsubo syndrome is not so uncommon disease. However all the three phenotypes ie Apical ballooning syndrome, Squid syndrome & global hypokinesis type occuring in th same patient have never been reported earlier.
Introduction to the RGD Phenotypes and Models Portal Despite what our name might imply, the Rat Genome Database contains much more than just genomic and genetic data for the rat. This video will give you an overview of the RGD Phenotypes and Models portal—a rich resource of information on topics including animal husbandry, identifying what rat strains are good models for certain human diseases, and normal physiological measurements for a variety of rat strains. For more information, go to the Rat Genome Database website at rgd.mcw.edu
Electro Flesh Disorder as Virtual Extended Phenotypes - Working Progress use of ultrasound sensors and infrared sensors from a robosapien linken to arduino which transfers code to transformation to video from a webcam which feeds into VVVV
Electro Flesh DIsorder as Virtual Extended Phenotypes This thesis is about the construction of extended phenotypes as animatronic art form- the aesthetic tactic is about collecting and transferring them into an animated artefact; a state of psychological closure; attitude of life becomes form. A virtual extended artefact as a Virtual Extended Phenotype. The model is a reflexive loop between its state as object and its use as an extended observer; the observer is in the system of virtual seduction. The reflexivity disconnects the person from the electronic template.
Database of translational phenotypes and animal models for biomedical research Within the research field of NC Utrecht, a large number of groups are involved in translational research, that is, research that can be translated from humans to animals and vice versa. Information on such translational models and their phenotypes is not easily available to interested researchers and the public. This project will establish an easily searchable database and publish it as a PhenoBase website, to facilitate collaboration between researchers working on comparable questions in animal models and humans.
Induced Neurons Recapitulate Cellular Phenotypes of an Autism Spectrum Disorder Alysson Muotri and colleagues derive neurons from Rett patients' fibroblasts and then pharmacologically rescue defects in the neurons' structure and function.
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Observing Phenotypes and Crossing Drosophila melanogaster Drosophila melanogaster (the common fruit fly) is often used to for high school genetics studies. In this video, we show you how to use FlyNap® to anethesize Drosophila to observe phenotypes and perform crosses. /genetics
iPlant Genotype to Phenotype Purpose: iPlant's "Genotype to Phenotype" Grand Challenge is creating computer tools to help scientists understand the complex network of genotype and environmental interactions. Deciphering this puzzle will allow us to understand and improve the phenotypes of the crops on which we rely.
Black Phenotypes 1:Black Women Around The World There are certain people of African decsent who have commented on my other videos on how they feel they have more in common with there European side then the African side because they speak a european language or feel they dont look like other Blacks. I wanted to show the various types of beautiful Black women around the world to show just how similar we are.
taksvideo.objective2.genotypes& phenotypes this video is about the characteristics of genotypes and phenotypesw.
Phenotype Free Science Help at Brightstorm! The description of phenotype.
BEAUTY AND PHENOTYPES AMAZIGH RACE IN NORTH AFRICA the Amazigh "Berbers" are the first peoples of Africa between 3Million to 700000Bc Achaulean culture books.google.co.ma the Amazighs or Berbers were Cro-magnons or Aterian Race (Atlantico-Mediterranean Race) originated from 200000 years they left north africa(Ibero-Mauresian expansion of the upper Paleolithic era) and returned after they beginning to conquer Europe again to 80000 -30.000 years there was a great migration back to Europe/Eurasia from North Africa, taking care of large populations of North Africa called Amazigh (Atlantico-Mediterranean Race) or they found other North African civilizations and new expansion to the Mesolithic and Neolithic age's to the Middle East and the Horn of Africa, their migration to these new destinations cause small unknown civilizations before the Neolithic age in the middle of the Sahara between Africa and the Middle East on giving birth to Afro-Asian languages such as Semitic languages,ancient Egyptian. influence by the language of the Capsian expansion appoint Tamazight language which is the mother language of Afro-Asian and Latin languages and Berber languages. origin civilization of Berbers population : inferior Paleolithic : Achaulean civilization 1.7Million years First burials Paleolithic-700.000 years Mesolithic expansion of Capsian north Africans towards Horn African and ...
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A Day in the Life of a Green Pea A purebred green pea crosses with a Hybrid pea. What will their offspring's genotype and phenotype be?
4. Neutral Evolution: Genetic Drift Principles of Evolution, Ecology and Behavior (EEB 122) Neutral evolution occurs when genes do not experience natural selection because they have no effect on reproductive success. Neutrality arises when mutations in an organism's genotype cause no change in its phenotype, or when changes in the genotype bring about changes in the phenotype that do not affect reproductive success. Because neutral genes do not change in any particular direction over time and simply "drift," thanks in part to the randomness of meiosis, they can be used as a sort of molecular clock to determine common ancestors or places in the phylogenetic tree of life. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction 04:56 - Chapter 2. Genes and Amino Acid Changes Not Reflected in Phenotypes 14:29 - Chapter 3. Neutral Evolution in the History of Life 20:38 - Chapter 4. Mechanisms of Neutral or Random Evolution 35:28 - Chapter 5. The Molecular Clock of Neutral Evolution Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: open.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2009.
Blame it on the DNA Lyrics by Mr. Cortez (Hogan High School) and Tom McFadden. DISCLAIMER: We wrote this song to get students excited about the basics of protein synthesis and how proteins can affect phenotypes, including disease phenotypes. Note that very few things in life can actually be "blamed on DNA", and we hope you don't walk away from this video with that message. We also don't want to make light of the seriousness of genetic disease - just to help people understand its basis. Animations by Drew Berry, via Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Available with narration at: Stanford Protein Synthesis Video available on youtube: Thanks to D Davis for the Regulatin Genes shoutout.
Families and Phenotypes: Lifecourse Perspectives 2005 UC Davis MIND Institute Summer Series on Neurodevelopmental Disorders presents Families and Phenotypes: Lifecourse Perspectives, by Jan Balcher, Ph.D. Series: MIND Institute Lecture Series on Neurodevelopmental Disorders [12/2005] [Health and Medicine] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 11089]
First Dawn - Cheese and Whitewidow Strain Showdown (Day 1) First dawn of flowering for 24 lovely cheese and whitewidow ladies. 2 phenotypes of whitewidow, named the wide widow and the bush. 4 phenotypes of cheese named, Babybell, Chedar, Green and Blue. A bush widow clone is already a prodution mother. Chedar cheese pheno is allready out of the race. Babybell Cheese has been transplanted into a mother pot. What will happen next? Stay tuned and toss in your input. Watch the LST video to see the princesses soon to be queen.
Translational electrophysiological phenotypes of cognition and behavior As the brain is central to the study of cognition, neuropsychiatric traits and behavior in all species, it is important to obtain standardized measures of brain activity. New sophisticated ***ysis of EEG recordings can provide such measures. The goal of this project is to identify translational EEG endophenotypes in mice and man and link them to cross-species genetic findings on behavioral and cognitive traits including psychiatric disorders.
North Native American Phenotypes Part 2
Suzanne Mikawa - Phenotype Suzanne Mikawa describes phenotypic variation using tongue rolling
Function through Diversity - 07 - East Chinese Phenotypes Does a higher number of species help the ecosystem to function better? To answer this question, the researchers first need to record the characteristics of the 150 or so tree and shrub species. They begin by investigating the plant traits such as leaf shape and leaf surface area as well as looking at the density of the wood and the vessels that carry water, which also differ between species. The investigations are laborious, but worthwhile, as the information they provide make a significant contribution to the overall aim of the project as a whole.
Morality without God My answer to the morality portion of the theistic debate. (from Wikipedia) Game theory is a branch of applied mathematics that is used in the social sciences... [that] attempts to mathematically capture behavior in strategic situations, in which an individual's success in making choices depends on the choices of others. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Natural selection is the process by which favorable heritable traits become more common in successive generations of a population of reproducing organisms, and unfavorable heritable traits become less common, due to differential reproduction of genotypes. Natural selection acts on the phenotype, or the observable characteristics of an organism [including behavioral governance], such that individuals with favorable phenotypes are more likely to survive and reproduce than those with less favorable phenotypes. The phenotype's genetic basis, genotype associated with the favorable phenotype, will increase in frequency over the following generations.
Receiving and Distributing Genotype, Phenotype and Exposure Data in GWA Studies Genome-Wide Association Studies for the Rest of Us: Adding Genome-Wide Association to Population Studies Jim Ostell, Ph.D. Chief, Information Engineering Branch National Center for Biotechnology Information National Institutes of Health www.genome.gov
21Nov09-Woody Hayes quotes, Step 4 for volcano give away, and phenotype vs genotype knowledge... OHIO STATE VS MICHIGAN DAY, Step 4 in the volcano giveaway is to send an email to jp@ about your first experience with cannabis in your life, and then some dosage about what phenotypes are and what genotypes are...enjoy the weekend ...and for some, the mendo purps...
Genotypes vs Phenotypes (Plus Examples: Tanning, Height Difference, Food Effects) SCIENCE EXPERIMENT Genotypes vs Phenotypes (Plus Examples: Tanning, Height Difference, Food Effects) SCIENCE EXPERIMENT Crazy Chris is putting his height to the test and shows you how to answer an old question. Are you taller in the morning then you are at night? Objective: To understand the difference...