Man's origins in Africa: Implications of Evolution theories
By: Robert Taylor - 209964
The Tishkoff Study Confirms the Centrality of Africa in All People The recently released groundbreaking genetic study by Sarah Tishkoff and her team of African, American and European researchers confirms and/or establishes three essential things about Africans, African-Americans and their evolutionary relationships with the...
By: Dr Pandula Siribaddana
The human cell contains 46 chromosomes arranged in pairs and is estimated to consist of around 20,000 to 25,000 genes in total. Among these chromosomes, the smallest would be the chromosome 22, which is estimated to contain around 500 to 800 genes. It...
By: Srikanth Radhakrishna
Daphnia pulex belongs to water flea species. It was the first crustacean to have its genome sequenced. It possesses approximately 31,000 genes (humans have about 23,000 genes). Daphnia pulex water fleas are tiny and translucent aquatic crustaceans. They are found in freshwater lakes...
By: Christian Bentley
Science is a benefactor of mankind. There are several views on science. Views become dire when the type of science at hand mingles with religion. One such science is genetic engineering. The study and practice of genetic engineering is a step up for some. It...
By: Tim Webb
You have to admit that human embryo cloning really is the stuff of science fiction; you know the scenario you get a clone of a person which is created in a day and looks exactly the same as the person he/she was cloned from, but...
Genetics: How it brings the human family together
By: Kris Kennedy
Humans more alike than Different The Human Genome Project has proven people are more alike than different so how can we express racial identity. Humans need to reflect human identity. Percentages Humans are 99 percent the same. The differences in human fall within this small...
By: Jonte Rhodes
Human cloning is usually one of those moral conundrums that divides everyone right down the middle. On the one hand there are the benefits to some portions of human cloning, such as cloning new organs for the terminally ill. On the other there is the...
By: G E Barr
GENETICS 101The nucleus in each and every one of your cells carries a lot of detailed information about its particular anatomy and collectively it forms a physical encyclopedia of the individual you. DNA is the primary source of intelligence data and it is found inside...
Is human cloning too close for comfort?
By: Christyl Rivers
Human cloning is too close for comfort. But then, so was the atom bomb we dropped on Hiroshima a while back. The cold war was not comfortable for many of us, and the effort, time, energy and billions spent may or may not have been...
By: Effie Moore Salem
Not getting enough sleep is a complaint heard of around the world. It seems too many people are burning the midnight oil and staying awake when they should be deep in sleep and their bodies functioning at the lowest ebb. In this state, the body&rsquo...

 

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