Solve the variation problems in Exercises 9398.
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Chapter 2- “The genetic Origins of Human Behavior”- (pg. 37-61) 9/26 and 9/28 Human genome- capsule for all of the information inside the DNA Monozygotic twins- identical twins (100% shared DNA) - we would expect that twins would have more similar brains. Monozygotic Twins reared apart (MZA) - monozygotic twins that are separated at birth- reared in different environments. *MZ twins who are reared together are no more similar to each other than to MZA twins in which are reared apart* Dizygotic twins- fraternal twins (50% shared DNA) - the thought percentage of shared DNA between siblings (of the same mother and father) as well BEHAVIORAL GENETICS- The field of study that is interested in examining environmental and genetics: (principles of human evolution, br
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