Dec 30, 2019
Second of three episodes about flashcards reveals more behind
the use of this tool for learning anatomy & physiology. The term
pseudogene may cause problems. A junk-DNA analogy. Bonus track:
Delta Wave Radio Hour.
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08:49 | Pseudogene Analogy
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19:08 | Flashcards Again
28:16 | Survey Says...
29:21 | Flashcard Learning Tricks
43:05 | More Flashcards
34:31 | Staying Connected
46:26 | Delta Wave Radio Hour (BONUS)
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Are we doing our students the best service by emphasizing the
classic definition of a pseudogene as a gene "without function?"
- Pseudogene word dissection found in Preview Episode 59
- Overcoming challenges and dogmas to understand the functions of
pseudogenes (journal perspective article from Nature Reviews
- A pseudogene structure in 5S DNA of Xenopus laevis (research
article in Cell using "pseudogene" for the first time) my-ap.us/2ZfqW2R
- Pseudogene use history in books (from Google Ngram Viewer)
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Evolution by Jonathan B. Losos
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- Junk DNA, or pseudogenes, is a rather abstract concept for
beginning learners, so perhaps an analogy is in order.
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