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David

Darling

GENETICS AND HEREDITY

allele
artificial selection
atavism
autosomal dominant
autosomal recessive
autosome

bacterial artificial chromosome
birth defect
breeding

carrier
chromosome
clone
codon
congenital
conjugation
contig
cystic fibrosis
cytogenetic map

deletion
diploid
DNA
DNA hybridization
DNA repair
DNA replication
DNA sequencing
dominant
duplication

embryonic stem cell
eugenics
exon

founder effect
fragile X syndrome

gamete
genetic code
gene
gene expression
gene mapping
gene pool
gene therapy
gene transfer
genetic counseling
genetic disorder
genetic drift
genetic engineering
genetic marker
genetic material
genetic pool
genetic recombination
genetics
genome
genotype
germ cells

hemophilia
heredity
heterozygous
highly conserved sequence
homologous recombination
homozygous
Human Genome Project
Huntington's disease
hybrid
hybridization

immunotherapy
imprinting
inbreeding
independent assortment
insertion
intron
isogamy

karyotype

linkage
locus

Mendelian inheritance
microarray technology
monosomy
mouse model
mutagen
mutation

neurofibromatosis
nonsense mutation
northern blot
nucleic acid

oncogene
operon

phenotype
physical map
polymorphism
primary immunodeficiency
promoter
pronucleus
protein translation
pseudogene

random drift
recessive
recombinant DNA
recombination
restriction enzyme
retrovirus
ribosomal DNA
ribosomal RNA
RNA

sequence tagged site
sex chromosome
shotgun sequencing
sickle cell disease
stem cell
suicide gene

transcription
transduction
transformation
transgenic
translation
translocation
trisomy
tumor suppressor gene

vector