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Which extrapyramidal tract incorporates equilibrium sensations with motor commands to

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Which extrapyramidal tract incorporates equilibrium sensations with motor commands to aid in posture and movement? a. tectospinal tract b. vestibulospinal tract c. reticulospinal tract d. corticospinal tract

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Biol 4305  Changes that happens because of random Events  In general produce changes that are neutral from the standpoint of selection  Genotype Landscape Neutral Evolution  Fitness is thought of as synonymous with Reproductive success Why neutrality arise  Some populations might be infinitely large  Many geno types may produce the same pheno type o Because genetic code is redundant o Cause some amino acid substitutions produce no chance in the shape or charge of protein o Cause some DNA is not expressed o Cause development is canalized  Many pheno types may have essentially the same fitness o Cause that particular trait variation makes very little difference to reproductive success o Cause the impact on fitness of a change in one trait compensates for that of a change in another trait o Nonsynonymous substitutions with little affect on function/genotype: for example, locations on the exterior of the protein may change at a different rate than those on the interior  Most DNA is not coded  Mechanism causing random change in allele frequencies from one generation to the next o Mendels law of segregation-- Gametes at meiosis formed at random in terms of the alleles  Most important at cellular level o Pop level --> small pop size ) ex founder effect and bottle necks o Demographic stochasticity--> some parents have few

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