This is the part that controls calculations, reading, writing, and logical thought. The right-brain has control over creative thoughts, and is often called the "analog" brain. It is this part of the brain that has all the three dimensional senses. It controls creativity, and has an inclination towards the finer things and senses. It is believed that some people are more right-brain oriented, while others are dominated by the left hemisphere of the brain.
Steigmann11 in Yeminite Jews found 50% prevalence of gingival pigmentation. Gingival pigmentation was observed in 12.5% of white, 70.4% of yellow and 93.2% of black Brazilian children. Fry and Almeyda28 found 5% in the Caucasoids in Britain. The above studies signify the influence of race (which reflects skin colour) and ethnic background on gingival
In this case population B appears to be normally distributed however population A may be skewed to the right For each sample, the sample size is no more than 5% of the population size. Classical Approach (t=(x ̅_1-x ̅_2 )-(μ_1-μ_2))/√(□(〖s1〗^2/n1)+□(〖s2〗^2/n2)) Since we assume the population means to be equal, 1=2 and therefore the t statistic is (0.077-0.017) / (((0.121)2 /22) + ((0.145)2
Referring to the protocol of SNI 7303, the 56 isolates were A. hydrophila. Consequently, all isolates tested with primer 685 and primer 760 should be 100 % of having both amplicon 685 bp and 760 bp. As a matter of fact, only 30.4 % of isolates had 685 bp amplicon, 19.6 % had 760 bp amplicon, and only 14.3 % or 8 isolates had both 685 and 760 bp amplicons; the rest 64.3 % isolates did not have both amplicons. Based on this, only the isolates with the two amplicons are strongly predicted to be A.
He stated that dimples are one of the most dominant facial traits. This kind of trait has an inheritance pattern of autosomal dominance. It is a dominant trait and takes only one gene to inherit it. The probability of a child of both parents with dimples to inherit the trait is 50-100%. The chance of a child with only one of the parents affected is 25-50%.
2. The level of knowledge of young adults regarding consanguineous marriage and its genetic effects. Figure 11 shows that around 59% of young adults had moderately adequate knowledge, 38% had inadequate knowledge and 3% had adequate knowledge regarding consanguineous marriage and its genetic effects. It shows that the maximum level of knowledge regarding consanguineous marriage and its genetic effects among young adults was moderately adequate. 3.
For Mauritian students RAT was positively correlated to paternal (r=0.62, p=0.000) and maternal emotional warmth (r=0.72, p=0.000) and negatively to paternal (r= -0.55, p=0.000) and maternal (r= -0.52, p=0.000) over-protection and paternal rejection (r= -0.23, p= 0.004). RAT was positively correlated to gender for both Chinese (r=0.20, p= 0.004) and Mauritian (r=0.40, p=0.000)
There are two types of memory of the human brain, long term memory (LTM) and short-term memory (STM) or as many people call it working memory. The definition of short term memory as defined by Oxford dictionary is “The phase or type of memory responsible for the temporary storage of information” The average capacity of STM is about 7 items plus or minus 2 according to Millar’s
In normal breathing the inhaled air touches the cilia that detect odors. Each cilia cell has about 500 to 1,000 receptor proteins that are genetic in nature and determine which odors our brains can detect and identify according to which receptors are activated by the odor. For detection to take place, the cilia are covered with a thin film of mucous. Mucous dissolves the chemicals in the gaseous odor substance and activates signals. Signals from the receptors are then transmitted by neurons.