Lecture10 - The Great Debate Lecture 10 Instructor: George...

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Unformatted text preview: The Great Debate Lecture 10 Instructor: George Chavez The Origin of a Human Chromosome The whole strand of hereditary material ___ in total (__ from mommy, ___ from daddy). Genes Sections of the strand that control chemical reactions Instructions for growth Genes : Create a pair of organs for sensing light patterns. Here are some instructions on how to do that. The Origin of a Human Simplicity The EITHER/OR dichotomy makes behavior easy to explain ________ It answers whether we were supposed to be a certain way Justification It justifies our actions Complicated Expressions Sex Determined by ____ ___________ (X and Y) Two Xs and mammals are female One X and Y and they are male Remember, genes are NOT chromosomes Think of them as instructions that can be either LOUD or relatively quiet Complicated Expressions Genes usually come in pairs, which means that if you have to choose between following instructions from the DOMINANT or...
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course PSYCH 830:101 taught by Professor ? during the Fall '08 term at Rutgers.

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