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VCE Biology Units 3 & 4 Study Notes (Evolution and Molecule genetics)

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Notes from 3 & 4 Biology about molecular genetics and evolution including DNA manipulation, PCR, natural selection and DNA hybridisation.

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VCE Biology Units 3 & 4 Study Notes (Evolution and Molecule genetics)
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Biology Molecular biology Biochemistry Biotechnology Genetics Molecular genetics Gene delivery Restriction enzyme Molecular cloning DNA Polymerase chain reaction Endonuclease
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Biology Molecular biology Biochemistry Biotechnology Genetics Molecular genetics Gene delivery Restriction enzyme Molecular cloning DNA Polymerase chain reaction Endonuclease
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(Heritable) VARIATION: There must be genetic variation within a population which causes phenotypic variation 2. Struggle to Survive: Not all members of a population will survive long enough to reproduce. 3. HEREDITY (differential reproduction): Individuals with phenotypes better equipped to suit their environment/selection pressures will be more likely to survive and reproduce. These genes will be inherited by their offspring. 4. END RESULT: Over time the more successful phenotypic trait will become more common in the population (change in allele frequency) Artificial selection - Action taken by breeders and others in selecting from a population only th...
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