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Making sense of genotype-phenotype distinctions, version 3

Two foundational developments of modern biology—the theories of evolution by natural selection and the genetic basis of heredity—were built from the language, arguments, evidence, and practices of controlled breeding in agriculture and the laboratory.   2,120 more words

Biomedicine

Exploring genetic causation in biology

by John McLaughlin

In both popular culture and the technical literature in biology, the word “genetic” is ubiquitous. Despite its common usage and universal recognition, discussions centered around this concept usually leave its meaning taken for granted. 2,009 more words

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Making sense of genotype-phenotype distinctions, version 2

The genotype-phenotype distinction—or, rather, the array of such distinctions—provides an entry point into the implications of the two foundational developments of modern biology—the theories of evolution by natural selection and the genetic basis of heredity—being built from the language, arguments, evidence, and practices of controlled breeding in agriculture and the laboratory.   783 more words

Biomedicine

Making sense of genotype-phenotype distinctions

Since the terms genotype, phenotype, and gene were coined by Johannsen (1911), four conceptually distinct meanings of genotype have emerged: 334 more words

Biomedicine

how well does a single point crossover mix building blocks with tight linkage

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How Well Does a single point Crossover mix building blocks with tight linkage.
Kumara Sastry and David E Goldberg,
Illinois Genetic Algorithms Laboratory (IlliGAL) Report 2002013, May 2002… 623 more words

Genetic Algorithms

genetic programming using genotype phenotype mapping from linear genomes into linear phenotypes

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  • Genetic Programming using Genotype-Phenotype Mapping from Linear Genomes into Linear Phenotypes, Robert E. Keller, Wolfgang Banzhaf,
    University of Dortmund, Department of Computer Science.

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Genetic Algorithms