Hopefully, some of you have been following my series on baraminology that has been posting periodically throughout the last few months. In this article, I'm going to take time off from working on those articles and demonstrate how to use the BLAST software available from the NIH, discuss how this technology applies to baraminology, and … Continue reading BLAST Genome Comparison
Building on the last article’s discussion of heredity and the genome, we need to take some time and discuss polyploidy. Polyploidy is probably a foreign word to many of you but it is a fairly straightforward word to understand. The prefix “poly” means many or multiple. The word “ploid” comes from Greek and roughly translates … Continue reading Polyploidy and the Genome (Research Article)
Genetics is a frightening subject for people. It involves things they don't entirely understand with big, complicated scary sounding names. Thus when told there is another layer of complexity on top of the normal Mendellian genetics, many people will simply back away from what they perceive as intimidating and complicated science. However, while things like … Continue reading Epigenetics
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