|Transposable elements (TE)||
Sequences that replicate in a genome by inserting copies of themselves at other loci (a type of “molecular parasite”).
|Type 2 Diabetes (Adult On-Set)||
A chronic metabolic disorder that affects the way the body processes blood sugar (glucose). It is characterized by high blood sugar, insulin resistance, and relative lack of insulin and primarily occurs as a result of obesity and lack of exercise.
A bacterial infection of Salmonella typhi spread through contaminated food, water, or close contact.
Any typically herbivorous and hoofed mammal belonging to a diverse group that includes both perissodactyls (odd-toed ungulates including horses and rhinos) and artiodactyls (even-toed ungulates including cattle, pigs, giraffes, camels, deer, hippos). Recent discoveries indicate cetaceans evolved from early artiodactyls.
The third subdivision of the Paleolithic, or Stone Age, and coincides with behavorial modernity and predates the advent of agriculture. Artefacts include finely crafted stone blades and bone and antler tools, such as harpoons and needles. ~50 kya - 10 kya
DNA that differs among groups studied.
The differences among the individual of the same species.
DNA molecule used to direct the replication of a cloned DNA fragment (“insert”) in a host cell.
|Ventricular Zone||A transient embryonic layer of tissue containing neural stem cells, principally radial glial cells, of the central nervous system of vertebrates.||Basal Radial Glia, Nervous System, Neural Stem Cell, Outer Radial Glia|
A genetic condition characterized by medical problems, including cardiovascular disease, developmental delays, and learning challenges. These often occur side by side with striking verbal abilities, highly social personalities and an affinity for music. 1 in 10,000 people worldwide are affected and occurs equally in males and females and in every culture. Children with Williams syndrome tend to be social, friendly and endearing.
The part of short-term memory that is concerned with immediate conscious perceptual and linguistic processing. It is also important for reasoning and the guidance of decision-making and behavior.
The gram-negative bacterium that causes the plague, which takes three main forms: pneumonic, septicemic and bubonic.
A species-spanning approach to medicine that recognizes that animals and humans get many of the same diseases, yet physicians and veterinarians rarely consult one another.
|“Mating Success” Hypothesis||
In relation to hunting, a hypothesis that has been documented or proposed for humans, some earlier hominins, and chimpanzees that the tactical sharing of meat develops and maintains social bonds and/or increases mating success. In humans, this success is possibly amplified by an individual’s prowess or reputation.