OUTLINE 4 - Outline 4 I Nature versus Nurture Controversy...

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Unformatted text preview: Outline 4 I. Nature versus Nurture Controversy ; environmentally induced polymorphism shows that grasshoppers’ color depends on kind of food it eats and the cue, yet everything happens from a genetic basis: nature via nurture; dichotomy in saying one or the other; snails killed by thrushes are controlled by their color in English environment: by May, green snails killed less; human blood types have been adapted since various vulnerable to disease; environment either exacerbates or mediates or dulls them. I I. Natural Selection very impersonal and it has not best for the “species”, rather antagonistic and frequency dependence, saying working for good in naïve group selection (generalization) and could work a population to extension by favoring babies; meiotic drive (segregation distortion) one of the father’s or mother’s chromosome gets more representation and is a selfish gene but not so much as to prohibit random reproduction, when in crossing over one gets randomly disproportion; needs Parliament of genes works together for reproduction....
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This note was uploaded on 06/12/2008 for the course BIO 301M taught by Professor Jasper during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas.

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OUTLINE 4 - Outline 4 I Nature versus Nurture Controversy...

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