Notes on Population Genetics

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Genetic drift:

• Deals with mutations in small, isolated populations.

Genetic flow:

• Deals with exchange of genes among populations.

Consanguinity:

• Eg., mating between cousins.

Additional Readings:

Basic Genetics

1. Single-Gene Disorders
2. Population Genetics
3. Genetic Disease Transmission Probability
4. What is Cytogenetics?
5. Notes on Bloom's Syndrome
6. Introduction to Human Chromosomes
7. Life Cycle of Somatic Cells

Related Topics

1. Genetic and Developmental Disorders
2. Genetic Code, Mutations, and Translation

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