The inherent dangers of human inbreeding

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Eye color: -Remember, genes contain the information that determines a person's specific physical and biological traits.

Where can it go wrong?: -Certain congenital defects and genetic diseases are carried by recessive genes. 

Gene categories: -These genes fall into two categories: dominant and recessive.

Dominant vs. recessive: -What's the difference between dominant and recessive genes? If one of the genes in the pair is dominant.

Hair type: -Similarly, genetic factors appear to play a major role in determining hair texture—straight.

What is inbreeding?: -Inbreeding is defined as the mating of organisms closely related by ancestry. 

What do genes determine?: -Genes determine every aspect of our appearance. They contain the information that decides a person's specific physical.

Contrary to procreating: -Inbreeding goes against the biological aim of procreating, which is the mixing of DNA.

The role DNA plays: -Human DNA is arranged into 23 pairs of chromosomes. Within each chromosome there are hundreds of thousands of genes.

The human gene: -Each gene has two copies known as alleles, or matching genes; one from our biological mother, one from our biological father.

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