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18.4 Epigenetics III: Effects of Environmental Agents
There is only one syn X chromosomes in the yellow pigment.
Only one Xic is counted, so the X chromosomes will be inactivated.
There are mice that have a female embryo.
During the process of X-chromosome inactivation, X chromosomes can be characterized.
The Barr body has a new promoter next to the normal one.
Why should mice produce Barr bodies?
There are examples of chemicals that cause epigenetic changes.
Diet is a factor that may affect epigenetic changes.
The study of how different diet affects the offspring is one of the most active fields in genetics.
Two areas that have received a lot of attention have conducted a study on the effects of diet and toxic agents on the body.
Their goal was to find out if carcinogens are cancer-causing agents.
A variety of changes that affect an individual's personality or cause a disease such as a diet can affect the activity of the DNA methyltransferase.
Before and during the opening photo, both groups were fed their food.
This gene is involved in the epigenetics.
A range of coat colors was observed in the developing hairs.
Over 25% of the offspring with heavily mottled hair, melanocytes, had mothers that were fed a supplemented diet that initially made eumelanin, which is black.
The melanocytes make black color.
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There are correlations between epigenetic changes and diseases.
A positive cor carrying the Avy allele is associated with an increase in disease severity.
Researchers analyze the data to see if there is a correlation between the Avy allele and the loss-of-function allele.
The effects of diet on coat are statistically significant.
Changes in the two variables follow a pattern.
For a supplemented diet.
An association does not necessarily mean a cause and Regulation.
The disease with darker coat color had higher levels of the epigenetic changes.
There is an effect and a cause.
The disease symptoms may arise first, and then they that are more yellow, because the new promoter has undergone less DNA.
This is also a chemical.
The cause-and-effect relationship is in the opposite direction because the promoter remains active.
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