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Human Genetics for the Social Sciences
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Chapter2: The Cell

  1. Figure 2.1. Cell anatomy
  2. Figure 2.2. Enzymatic action
  3. Figure 2.3. A metabolic pathway
  4. Figure 2.4-I to VI. Mitosis (ordinary cell division)
  5. Figure 2.5-I to VI. Meiosis (generation of gametes)
  6. Figure 2.6. The neuron
  7. Figure 2.7. Neuronal transmission
  8. Figure 2.8. Immediate effects of neurotransmission
  9. Figure 2.9. Long term effects of neurotransmission

Chapter 3: DNA

  1. Figure 3.1. The DNA molecule.
  2. Figure 3.2. DNA replication.
  3. Figure 3.3. DNA packaging.
  4. Figure 3.4. RNA transcription.
  5. Figure 3.5. RNA editing.
  6. Figure 3.6. Schematic of a transfer RNA (tRNA) molecule.
  7. Figure 3.7. Translation.
  8. Figure 3.8. The beta cluster of hemoglobin genes.
  9. Figure 3.9. The alpha cluster of hemoblogin genes.

Chapter 4: Genetic Regulation

  1. Figure 4.1. The lac operon in E. Coli
  2. Figure 4.2. The hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis.

Chapter 5: Mendelian Traits and Behavior

  1. Figure 5.1. PKU: metabolic pathway for phenlyalanine and tyrosine.
  2. Figure 5.2. CAH: metabolic pathway for cortisol.
  3. Figure 5.3. Metabolism of alcohol.

Chapter 6: Disorders with Complex Genetics

  1. Figure 6.1. The multifactorial threshold model.
  2. Figure 6.2. Major causes for disorders with complex genetics.

Chapter 7: The New Genetics

  1. Figure 7.1. Gel electrophoresis.
  2. Figure 7.2. Example of a probe.
  3. Figure 7.3. PCR: The polymerase chain reaction.
  4. Figure 7.4. RFLP: Steps in genotyping for a restriction fragment length polymorphism.
    1. Panel (a): Cutting Allele 1.
    2. Panel (b): Cutting Allele 2.
    3. Panel (c): Electrophoresis and probe.
    4. Panel (d): What the results look like.
  5. Figure 7.5. A tandem repeat polymorphism..
  6. Figure 7.6. Dideoxy sequencing, step 1.
  7. Figure 7.7. Dideoxy sequencing, step 2.
  8. Figure 7.8. Dideoxy sequencing, step 3.
  9. Figure 7.9. Dideoxy sequencing, step 4.
  10. Figure 7.10. Dideoxy sequencing, step 5.
  11. Figure 7.11. Dideoxy sequencing, step 6.
  12. Figure 7.12. Dideoxy sequencing, step 7.
  13. Figure 7.13. How the human genome was sequenced.

Chapter 8: Chromosomes and Chromosomal Disorders

  1. Figure 8.1. Picture of a karyotype.
  2. Figure 8.2. Chromosome bands.

Chapter 9: Mendel

  1. Figure 9.1. Mendel's data: Monohybrid cross
  2. Figure 9.2. Mendel's data: Dihybrid cross

 Chapter10: Morgan

  1. Figure 10.1. Homologous chromosomes
  2. Figure 10.2. Recombination or crossing over
  3. Figure 10.3. Illustration of a pedigree (conventional notation)
  4. Figure 10.4. Illustration of a pedigree (color-coded notation)
  5. Figure 10.5. Pedigree with a recombinant
  6. Figure 10.6. Pedigree used to calculate a lod score.

Chapter 13: Five Forces Behind Human Evolution

  1. Figure 13.1. Directional selection
  2. Figure 13.2. Stabilizing selection
  3. Figure 13.3. Disruptive selection
  4. Figure 13.4. Random genetic drift

 Chapter14: Human Evolution

  1. Figure 14.1 Between and within group variance
  2. Figure 14.2 Allelic differences between and within groups

 Chapter16: Principles of Evolutionary Psychology

  1. Figure 16.1. Detection of cheating
  2. Figure 16.2. Four Faces

Chapter17: Introduction to Module III

  1. Figure 17.1. Examples of distribributions.
  2. Figure 17.2. Distributions with the same mean but different variances
  3. Figure 17.3. Scallerplots for a positive and a negative correlation
  4. Figure 17.4. Scatterplots for four values of the correlation coefficient

 Chapter18: Quantitative Genetics I - Important Concepts

  1. Figure 18.1. Single locus model
  2. Figure 18.2 Gene-environment interaction

 Chapter19: Quantitative Genetics II - Estimation & Testing

  1. Figure 19.1. Path model - I.
  2. Figure 19.2. Path model - II
  3. Figure 19.3. Partitioning environmental variaance

Chapter20: Genes, IQ Scores and Social Status: I. The Phenotype of IQ

  1. Figure20.1. Reaction time paradigm
  2. Figure20.2. Example of geometric series completion items
  3. Figure20.3. Geometric odd choice out items
  4. Figure20.4. Hierarchical model of IQ scores

Chapter21: Genes, IQ Scores and Social Status: II. Genetic Epidemiology

  1. Figure 21.1. The Murrnstein model
  2. Figure 21.2. The Rosemintin model

Chapter22: Personality

  1. Figure 22.1. An hierarchical model of personality
  2. Figure 22.2. Example of the set-point model of personality

Chapter23: Schizophrenia

  1. Figure 23.1. The multifactorial threshold model.
  2. Figure 23.2. Regions of chromosome 6 with suggestive linkages

 

 


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