Pre Class 2.3
Epistatic Interactions are processes where two or more genes undergo epistasis. Epistasis is the process
where to genes rely on one another to produce a phenotype, by having one mask another.(a).
Contrary to genes in epistatic
One way new genes come about is through a type of mutation known as gene duplication.
When a cell duplicates, sections of DNA are often copied by accident onto the same or a
different chromosome; but often these duplicated genes h
Intro to Bio
Pre Class 2.2
Hox genes are genes that play an important role during embryonic development. They are
regulated genes, they in turn regulate other genes during development[a]. Hox genes can be
found in both vertebrates and
AP Biology Evolution Study Guide (THE TEST WILL BE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2011)
George-Louis Leclerc de Buffon (1707-1788) was among the first to propose that the species on Earth
in the present were different from those long ago, alth