Genetics Essays

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The Prenatal Genetic Testing Debate

Pages: 2
Words: 431
Rating: 4,8

The recent advances in genetic sequencing have led to the possibility of prenatal whole-genome sequencing. As a result, parents are more interested in prenatal genome…

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History of creation, development, and progress of Forensic DNA throughout…

Pages: 6
Words: 1704
Rating: 4,9

Introduction The term Forensic DNA entails the process of applying genetic testing for identification purposes often used in the criminal justice system. It is a…

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Preimplantation Genetic Testing

Pages: 3
Words: 848
Rating: 4,7

Part I Previously, individuals with hereditary medical conditions had little to do to prevent such conditions from being passed to their offspring. However, advancement in…

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Down Syndrome Descriptive Essay

Pages: 7
Words: 1885
Rating: 4,9

Abstract Down Syndrome is a genetical disorder. Before 1862, children born with all or several symptoms such as lower IQ, stunted growth, tongue larger than…

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American political memo

Pages: 3
Words: 681
Rating: 4,7

Summary   Alford, Funk & Hibbing (2005) argues that genetics plays a vital role in shaping political ideologies and attitudes and has a role in…

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Elimination of Mosquitoes in affected regions

Pages: 5
Words: 1467
Rating: 4,6

Mosquitoes are small, midge-like flies that pierce the hosts’ skin to consume blood. Mosquito’s larvae are food to fish and other sea creatures. Therefore, they…

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Genetics and breast cancer risk

Pages: 4
Words: 1083
Rating: 4,6

Research Methodology Evidence Table Condition Study Design Author, Year No. of Subjects Statistically Significant Quality of Study Magnitude of Benefit Absolute Risk Reduction No. Needed…

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Stem cells and cloning

Pages: 4
Words: 1135
Rating: 4,9

Stem Cells and Cloning – Society and Christian Ethical Issues Cloning is a scientific process that refers to duplication of biological materials. The process is…

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Heritability of criminal behavior behavioral

Pages: 1
Words: 271
Rating: 4,7

Criminal behavior is often associated with bad behavior that has been acquired from the environment. On the contrary research suggests that criminal behavior can also…

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My genetic predisposition to diabetes

Pages: 3
Words: 914
Rating: 4,2

Introduction Genetic predisposition refers to the likelihood of a person developing a particular disease due to that person’s genetic makeup. This is as a result…

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