What are the 4 stages of Epidemiological Transition in order?
1) Age of Pestilence and Famine 2) Age of Receding Pandemics 3) Age of Degenerative and Man-made Diseases 4) Age of Delayed Degenerative Diseases
The gene for freckles is dominant. If a mother and father are both without freckles, what are the chances that one of their four children will have freckles?
No chance! If the gene is dominant (F) and neither parent has freckles, that means that they both have the recessive genotype (ff). If either of them had freckles, there would be at least one freckle gene that would give them a chance of producing a freckled child.
What is the sequence of the small intestine? (Three parts)
The first part is the duodenum, beginning at the stomach. Next is the jejunum. The third and final part is the ileum (NOT ilium, that's a hip bone). To remember the order, think: "Don't Jump In"!