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Lec 5 Cellular basis of variability

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/7/10 Cellular basis of variability and Evolution Reading: Frisancho, ch 2 09/07/09
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1/7/10 Basic backgrounds to HIV Evolution of drug resistance of HIV Human resistance to HIV infection Origin of HIV---Power of
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1/7/10 Introduction to Biology Introduction to Genetics Hardy–Weinberg equilibrium and Population Genetics
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1/7/10 DNA vs. mtDNA Cellular Structure
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1/7/10 Human Chromosome Somatic cells vs. Sex cells
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1/7/10 Mitochondria vs. Y chromosome Transmission pattern Evolutionary markers
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1/7/10 Mitochondrial Eve Mitochondrial Eve ( mt-mrca ) is the name given by researchers to the woman who is defined as the matrilineal most recent common ancestor (MRCA) for all living humans. Every mtDNA in every living person is derived from hers. Mitochondrial Eve is the most recent common ancestor (MRCA) of all humans via the mitochondrial DNA pathway , not the MRCA
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1/7/10 Mitochondrial Eve is the female counterpart of Y-chromosomal Adam
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