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Describe the steps involved in protein synthesis. Define polygenic and pleiotropic traits and explain their significance for researchers efforts to link human genotypes to phenotypes. Should genes be patented? Why or why not? 400 words

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A Tale of Two Diseases

According to the graphic above, the diseases phenylketonuria (PKU) and scurvy (vitamin C deficiency) couldn’t be more different.  One, PKU, has a “highly genetic” etiology, whereas the other, scurvy, has an entirely behavioral/environmental cause.  2,419 more words


Alcohol, does it affect recovery?

Working in rugby, the social life that comes with it involves copious amounts of alcohol post game on a Saturday. It is not just a glass of wine, it is a yard of ale or 8 pints (obviously for the boys, not my standard glass of prosecco). 397 more words

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May 16th and 17th: Protein Synthesis

Follow this link and complete the SGI “Transcription and Translation” worksheet:

Transcription and Translation

Below is the PowerPoint we reviewed in class as well:

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Well Worth It!

You Have Worth…

Inside the human body we each have a organelle called the Golgi apparatus or Golgi Complex. It is responsible for protein synthesis among other things. 75 more words


What is Intermittent Fasting? Fasted Cardio?

Intermittent fasting is a pretty big buzzword in the fitness industry these days. So big, that I think this idea, and others that stem from it, are made to sound much more complicated than necessary. 781 more words