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Do you wanna play a game?

So you probably think this entire thing is silly, you see someone with Epicanthic folds and they have to be Asian right, like at least 1/4th because like otherwise it’s impossible. 206 more words

Race

10 facts about Race: believe it or not

  1. The idea of race is a modern social construct that only separates us as a species rather than bring us together.
  2. Race is not biology, genetically we are all made of the same parts, no one person or ethnicity is superior.
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Race

How to score full marks on a genetics question in iGCSE Biology?

Few things in life are certain, famously just death and taxes.  Northampton Town flirting with relegation can perhaps be added to this list.  But you can be pretty certain that tucked away somewhere in your iGCSE Biology exam there will be a genetics question that asks you to draw a… 378 more words

D Block

Genetics jargon: A* understanding for iGCSE

The science of genetics looks at how inherited characteristics are passed from one generation to the next.  The father of genetics was the Moravian monk, Gregor Mendel, who showed with his breeding experiments in peas that individual, discrete “particles” are passed from one generation to the next.   369 more words

D Block

DNA: Part Three

The Test is In

So today, the day after Thanksgiving, I receive the results from my DNA test with 23andMe.  Logging in I went straight to the “My Results” tab.   503 more words

Madrona Grove

The Colorblind Bias: Why Men Are More Likely To Be Colorblind Than Women (L30)

Disclaimer: This may seem confusing and harder to follow for someone without the background in biology that I already have, but I will do my best to have definitions in the writing. 538 more words
Biology

Do You Have the Genotype That Makes Moderate Alcohol Consumption Heart Healthy?

So much for resveratrol?

Moderate alcohol consumption has widely been heralded as beneficial at reducing the risks of coronary heart disease. A new study from Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg suggests that this benefit only exists in a small portion of the population.

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