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It's World Sickle Cell Awareness Day!

Since 2008, the 19th of June has been set apart by the United Nations as a day to increase public awareness of the Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) which has been officially recognised as a global health concern. 704 more words

Journal Entry

Phenotypes, Genotypes and Kal-El

by Jim Sliney Jr 6/10/17

Here I am studying for an exam. Behind me, one of my cats, Kal-El, meows near the food bowls. I turn. 343 more words

Academic

Genotype-phenotype distinction, with schemas

A revised entry on the genotype-phenotype distinction has been published by the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. A major difficulty we had preparing this revision followed once it was noted that philosophers write on the genotype-phenotype… 306 more words

Biomedicine

8 QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE SAYING YES

When it comes to dating, most people feel shy to ask certain questions. They don’t want to come off as too desperate. They really like the person, so they don’t want to ruin the possibility of a relationship by asking questions that’ll open up a Pandora’s box. 1,040 more words

Who the F are Greeks?

Greek, Greece… everyone knows it for the country with souvlaki and ouzo, for Santorini and for that boring AP class that you never took in High School. 423 more words

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Making sense of Genotype-Phenotype Distinction, another version (7)

Comments welcome by anyone interested to read the revised draft, which begins:

The predominant current-day meaning of genotype is some relevant part of the DNA passed to the organism by its parents. 351 more words

Biomedicine

Tapping into - TAPIT

Ghostly. Surreal. Perfection…this is Tapit

His ability to breed winners is dynamic. Let’s for a moment…. forget about the numbers, forget about the earnings. We’ll go n’ explore the pedigree which offers only the best – … 557 more words