Dr. Jason Tresser explains how the manifestation of a genotype can be altered by the way a cell manages its gene expression. He goes on to explain linkage, where genes share a chromosome, and how these genes can be affected by recombination.
by Jason Tresser
October 8, 2012
Dr. Jason Tresser explains non-Mendelian genetics and the various factors that can cause changes in inheritance ratios. He goes on to explain how certain phenotypes can be suppressed by factors out...
October 10, 2012
Dr. Jason Tresser explains how the manifestation of a genotype can be altered by the way a cell manages its gene expression. He goes on to explain linkage, where genes share a chromosome, and how t...
October 12, 2012
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from BIOS 332: Genetics
October 22, 2012
Dr. Jason Tresser teaches gene mapping techniques that can be used to locate where a certain allele shows up in a species' genome. This is particularly important to human genetics, he explains, bec...
November 12, 2012
Dr. Jason Tresser explains the next-generation processes used to sequence DNA: pyrosequencing and SOLiD sequencing. He then explains genotyping, a process of identifying known alleles in an individ...
November 14, 2012
Dr. Jason Tresser concludes his teaching on genotyping and goes on to discuss transgenics. He explains the necessary components of a gene that must be in place for a host cell to utilize a foreign ...
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by Brett McCracken
June 15, 2009
from Talbot Chapel: Fall 2009
by Gene Wood
November 3, 2009
Gene Wood explains what it means to merge the local and global mindsets of the church. Wood suggests that local churches can indeed think locally and simultaneously act in a manner that is consciou...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2013
by James Choung
February 11, 2013
James Choung asks his audience why Christians do not seem to acknowledge the gospel as good. He explains that each of the three generations living today (the Baby Boom Generation, Generation X, and...