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Imagine you work at the local museum of natural history, which is opening a wing dedicated to genetics. The museum is scheduling a speech at the grand opening for a group of high school students in attendance and wants you to write it.

Deliver a 700- to 1,050-word transcript of the speech you would give, including the following:

  • Discuss factors that lead to genetic variations in a population by using the Hardy-Weinberg law that describes allele frequencies in a population.
  • Explain how animal behaviors, including human behaviors, are governed by genetic inheritance.
  • Explain how the laboratory mouse has become a valuable model organism for the study of development and genetics.
    • What other animal models are used?
    • What contribution(s) has research using Caenorhabditis elegans and Drosophila melanogaster made in the study of animal behavior and population genetics?
  • Elaborate on the future of human disease diagnosis using the data from the Human Genome Project.
  • Provide sufficient examples to make the speech relevant to high school students.

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Klosevin
School: Duke University

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Running head: MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY GENETIC SPEECH

Museum of Natural History Genetic Speech
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MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY GENETIC SPEECH

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Museum of Natural History Genetic Speech
A museum provides a collection of historical information that is useful for the society
in general, and students in particular for tracking the changes, explaining the present, and
predicting the future. The museum dedicated to genetics will provide students, and researchers
with valuable data about how genetic variation has occurred over a long time, and how this has
influenced both animal, and human behaviour. To highlight the cases of variation among
animals, and human beings, Hardy-Weinberg Law provides insight into factors that cause
variation, and conditions that may favour those factors. The Hardy-Weinberg law provides that
in the absence of evolutional factors, the allele, and genotypic frequencies remain constant
from generation to generation (Rout, and Sahoo, 2016). This law relies on several assumptions
that may not be met in a natural habitat, except for a laboratory setting. The Hardy-Wein...

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