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Genes and Inheritance [11]: Translation (High band Biology)

A Level Biology: Genes and Inheritance 11 – Translation Hi! Welcome to the 11th video on the series about Genes. Today, we are going to be looking at Translation. At the end of last time, we finished off looking at transcription. So the end-product of transcription is this single-stranded piece of genetic material called mRNA […]

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Digital Biology with Raymond McCauley | Singularity Hub | Exponential Manufacturing

(upbeat music) – Thanks for being here, Raymond. – So great to be here. – Yeah, it’s always very fun talking with you. – Thank you. – And so, people here are talking about biomanufacturing. A lot of people don’t know what that means though, like what is biomanufacturing and how new is it? – […]

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Genes and Inheritance [8]: Huntingdons (High band Biology)

A Level Biology: Genes and Inheritance 8 – Huntingdon’s Hi! Welcome to my eight video on the series about Genes. Today, we are looking at Huntingdon’s disease. Huntingdon’s disease affects thousands of people in the UK and it is caused by a dominant allele, which unfortunately means that you only need one of those alleles […]

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Dr. Jonathan Roling | Biological Sciences | Bridgewater State University

Hi, I’m Jonathan Roling in the biology department. I teach genetics, a core class for the biology major and several electives. Genetics is a study of heredity, genome structure, gene expression, and molecular evolution. I teach the class as it pertains to current research, your future employment and how it impacts your daily life. The […]

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