science/genetics/topics/genetics-basics

What is Red-Green Color Blindness?

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.

Genetic Algorithm Applications

Genetic algorithms are search techniques used in computer science, based on organic evolution. This article discusses some of the genetic algorithm applications that can be used in various fields.

Cat Coat Genetics

The coat of a cat is determined by a variety of genes that interact closely with each other. This article details the cat coat genetics and lists genes responsible for color, color patterns and fur length.

Features of Watson and Crick Model of DNA

Watson and Crick Model of DNA is the basis of genetics and the applied sciences. Both the scientists and their coworkers got Nobel Prize in 1962 for their commendable work. Read the following article and learn the basic features of Watson and Crick Model of DNA.