This article describes the nature vs. nurture debate and how twin studies contribute to determining what factors influence an individual's personality. Also discussed are the philosophical implications of such a debate.
Most eukaryotic cells possess organelles known as mitochondria. These mitochondria are quite special, due to the nature of the DNA they contain. This article discusses human mitochondrial genetics and its possible uses.
What is genetic variability and how is it different from genetic variation? This article provides a definition of genetic variability, explains the difference with variation and details the significance of the concept.
Color blindness is the inability to perceive differences between some specific colors that others can distinguish. Red-green color blindness is most common. Read the following article and learn more about the genetic causes of color vision deficiency...