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Ant 1 april 14 + april 16 2008 - naturalistic fallacy Is...

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naturalistic fallacy - Is ≠ ought, natural ≠ good Mendel’s two laws: - Characteristics of organisms are determined jointly by  two “particles” (gene), one inherited from each parent o No blending - Each of these two “particles” is equally likely to be  transmitted to the offspring  o Independent assortment Explaining Mendel’s result with genes - A variant of particular gene is call and allele  - Some alleles are Dominant , others are recessive - a polymorphism  is a condition of multiple possible  alleles at the site of a gene purpose of DNA - code instructions (in genes)  for building proteins and  instructions regulate protein production  - replicate itself to pass on these coded instructions  during mitosis and meiosis  the genetic code – codons - nucleotide sequences are read in triplets, called  codons - the sequence from only one strand is needed - each codon specifies an amino acid, a “start” or a 
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