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In this episode we are joined by Travis Wyman. He is no stranger to the reptile podcast world and has the knowledge to back it up. We will be talking about all about genetics and the science behind it. This is a must listen for anyone that is into breeding pythons
On Saturday April 4th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst join Gerald Griffin and Jamie A. Stine as they discuss the fascinating world of Betta Genetics.
To accomplish this unique presentation call in show files will be loaded in the Betta time group for the listeners to view and download. Then they will be able to see the information as we discuss it. We are looking into ways to expand upon our show and have more interactive discussions. Join us for our first attempt at an interactive show.
A summary of cardiovascular genetics designed to provide genetic professionals with some of the necessary tools for offering cardio genetic counseling and testing.
Our speaker Amy Sturm is a Genetic Counselor at the Division of Human Genetics at Ohio State Wexner Medical Center Columbus, Ohio. She describes the basic anatomy and function of the heart, outlines the main types of cardiovascular disease, identifies the medical and family history characteristics suggestive of these inherited conditions, and demonstrates the unique components of cardiovascular genetic counseling within this subspecialty of genetics.
Everyone has a different opinion as to how children gain knowledge. Is it environment or genetics? Do you believe that children's morals and values are shaped by specific upbringing or mentally and psychologically ingrained no matter the environment?
On Saturday May 2nd at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Gerald Griffin will be discussing betta genetics with his guest Jamie Stine.This is Part 2 and even more important tips and suggestions. Gerald and Jamie are encouraging all those with questions to call in and ask them on the air.Feel free to join the IBC and receive newsletters and be in touch with some of the top breeders around the world.
How much of our children's basic temperament, their mental health, their intelligence, their learning disabilities, and all the things that make them who they are comes from their genes and how much from their environment. What can we learn about genetics vs. environment from the ongoing twin studies, including the study of twins separated at birth? Host Dawn Davenport, Executive Director of Creating a Family, the national infertility & adoption education and support organization, interviews three leading twin researchers: Dr. Matt McGue, Professor of Psychology at University of Minnesota, a behavioral and quantitative geneticist, Co-Director of Minnesota Twin Family Study and the Sibling Interaction and Behavior Study and Research on Adoption and adoptive dad; and Dr. Nancy Segal, Professor of Psychology, Director of the Twin Studies Center at California State University, Fullerton and author of Indivisible by Two: Lives of Extraordinary Twins and Entwined Lives: Twins and What They Tell Us About Human Behavior.
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here:
Blog summary of the show
More Creating a Family resources on nature vs. nurture can be found here.
On this weekends episode edition of UNDERSTANDING THESE FINAL ENDTIMES THAT WE ARE NOW LIVING IN with Host, Steve "Si - The Bible Guy, we take a look back at APRIL HEADLINES that prove BIBLE PROPHECY CONTINUES COMING TO PASS ON A WEEKLY BASIS! .. Let's talk about DISEASE OUTBREAKS, RISING PESTILENCES, SCOURGES ON SOCIETY, GMO CROPS, FRANKEN FOODS, FRANKENSTEIN FEATS OF MAD SCIENCE, and more, on todays "jam-packed show"! ... DONT MISS IT! STAY TUNED and STAY INFORMED! TO GET IN THE KNOW, YOU HAVE FOUND THE PLACE TO GO!.. RIGHT HERE!!.. JOIN IN ON TODAYS LIVE BROADCAST AND AIR YOUR OWN CONCERNS!!..
Are people born gay or straight? Much of the current media assumes the question is a solved scientific problem with all of the evidence pointing towards a genetic basis for a homosexual orientation. Contrary to this perception, there is some evidence on both sides of this question that suggests a choice or genetics.
There are some who argue that homosexuality is a choice and others who argue that it is genetics. On this episode of the ::ANSWERS:: show, listen in as we discuss whether homosexuality is a choice or if homosexuals are born that way.
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Anna Jaworski (Host) and Guests: Heart Mom Jennifer Reed, Dr. Angela Scheuerle (Tesserae Genetics), CHD Survivor Ben Weisbuch (Heart Hope Foundation), and Dr. Woody Benson (Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin) discuss what new genetic tests are available to assist with the diagnosis of CHDs and other problems, who should have genetic testing and how genetic testing can save lives.
Analysis for ExomeNext takes place in two steps. In step 1, we look at genes in which mutations have already been associated with disease in humans. In step 2, we look at genes which have not been associated with human disease. How do we keep track of which genes belong in which step though? And how do we evaluate the potential of a gene that has never been reported as being associated with disease in humans to cause disease in the patient we have in front of us? In this podcast we speak with Erica Smith and Deepali Shinde about our ChaD and EMBoDy tools, two systems which allow us to do this type of analysis.
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