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1 Their genetics—including the genetics of sleep—have been studied for almost a century, and many of the genes that play a role in human sleep resemble those that control sleep in fruit flies.
2 But importantly, the chance of both twins being affected by autism was not low among fraternal twins, which is counter to what would be expected if genetics were the dominant factor.
3 But John Mekalanos, chairman of microbiology and molecular genetics at Harvard Medical School, disagrees.
4 I know that genetics are involved. But there are lots of other reasons to.
5 The findings, published in Nature Genetics, suggest that some people are effectively hardwired to overeat, through genes that control appetite, satiety and how many calories they burn.
6 Gregor Mendel, the father of modern genetics, was an Eastern European monk who studied philosophy and physics in college, but later took to experimenting with pea plants in the garden of a monastery.
7 Their bacterial platform is E. coli, the workhorse species of microbial genetics. But their version has had genes from several other bacteria spliced into it.
8 But genetics may not be the only explanation.
9 Derived from a worldwide sample of children, the WHO growth Standards show that environmental differences rather than genetics are the principal determinants of disparities in physical growth.
10 We have incorporated genetics, and expanded and refined our understanding of natural selection, and of the other forces in evolution.
11 progress of genetics in the 20th century was rivaled in speed and reach only by the evolution of electronics and computer science.
12 What if you could predetermine the genetics of your newborn baby?
13 Today there are plenty of theories about the evolution of blonde hair and the science of genetics has furthered the debate.
14 It's the visuals," says Nick Anthony, a professor of poultry breeding and genetics at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.
15 We are poor victims of situations, circumstances and genetics.
16 Even if the link between the virus and obesity is proven, weight gain remains a complex issue that involves a person's genetics, culture, and environment, not just his or her history of infection.
17 while that could not be confirmed, William J.Libby, an emeritus professor of forestry and genetics at the University of California, Berkeley, said that Mr.Werner's work was impressive nonetheless.
18 He will continue to run his Salk Institute lab where he studies gene therapy, cancer genetics, and inflammation.
19 I hated rough-and-tumble boys' games and preferred knitting, but I had no idea my feminine leanings were down to genetics.
20 Nonetheless, evidence has grown in recent years that the syndrome is real, and now there is news that it has its roots in genetics.
21 Some Shared traits have nothing to do with ability and everything to do with luck or genetics.
22 This is contrary to what I think the common perception is," Georgetown University genetics counselor Beth Peshkin said.
23 new report is likely to inflame a debate over the direction of the field itself, which has found that the genetics of illnesses like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder remain elusive.
24 Genetics scientists will publish the results of DNA tests encourage people to make their own information available for scientific research Photo: getty.
25 Extensive testing in this regard is either very expensive or impractical, and there is still a great deal in genetics that scientists have not properly understood.
26 The study, led by Manfred Kayser of the Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam, The Netherlands, is published May 6 in the open-access journal PLoS Genetics.
27 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory has research programs focusing on cancer, neurobiology, plant genetics, genomics and bioinformatics, and a broad educational mission.
28 Botany, Animal, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Molecular biology, cell biology, Genetics, Bioinformatics, genetic engineering, Enzyme engineering, fermentation engineering, cell engineering, etc.
29 Studies have shown that physiology and genetics can increase pain sensitivity and one thing for certain, without the brain there is no pain.
30 new catalog of synaptic proteins “should open a major new window in mental disease, ” said Jeffrey Noebels, an expert on the genetics of epilepsy at the Baylor College of Medicine.