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Disorders/syndromes Anytime I go over a disease or syndrome - you should be familiar with it for the exam. You should have a general idea of the basic problem or condition associated with the disorder. Also if a disease/syndrome is associated with any particular organelle, macromolecule, etc. in the body - you should know those – or if there is a particular DNA mutation or chromosome aberration you should know that. Tay-Sachs Muscular dystrophy Hereditary spherocytosis Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) Review disorders described in Readings 2.1 and 2.2 TERMS genetics gene phenotype genotype autosome/autosomal sex-chromosome diploid haploid telomere teratogen preimplantation embryo embryo fetus critical period dominant recessive Questions you should be able to answer Can the environment influence the phenotype? What is an organelle? Review cell organelles shown in Table 2.1 – you should know their functions
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