development is the result of an ongoing bidirectional interchange between

Development is the result of an ongoing bidirectional

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12.Define epigenetics. 13.Know the two mechanisms discussed in class: histone acetylation and DNA methylation (lecture & p. 86). What is behavioral genetics (p. 54)? Define and distinguish the different genotype/environment correlations: passive, evocative, & active and show how the relative importance of the three types of interactionsmay change with age (p. 54-57).
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