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  Dominance relationship - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The dominant/recessive relationship is made possible by the fact that most higher organisms are diploid: that is, most of their cells have two copies of each chromosome -- one copy from each parent.
The specific variations possible for a single gene are called alleles: for a single eye-colour gene, there may be a blue eye allele, a brown eye allele, a green eye allele, etc. Consequently, a child may inherit a blue eye allele from their mother and a brown eye allele from their father.
An example of incomplete dominance in humans is mordan, a trait that is exhibited when eye color alleles from the maternal and paternal chromosomes are blended.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dominance_relationship   (1112 words)

 Dominance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dominance (biology) in biology and anthropology is the state of having high social status relative to other individuals, who react submissively to dominant individuals.
Domination and submission (BDSM) or domination is a term used for a form of human sexuality also referred to in the acronym BDSM.
Dominance relationship in genetics refers a property of genes that help to determine whether an offspring will inherit a characteristic from the father, the mother, or some blend of both.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dominance   (172 words)

He named the version of the trait which was visible in the hybrids the dominant and the one that was invisible in the hybrids the recessive.
Dominance relationships result from the interactions of the gene products of different alleles of the same gene (not from interactions between different genes).
Incomplete Dominance: If two alleles have an incomplete dominance relationship, the phenotype of the heterozygote will be intermediate between the phenotypes of the two homozygotes.
www.cod.edu /people/faculty/fancher/Dominance.htm   (1043 words)

The programs used to built the inverse of the parental dominance relationship matrix F using the method proposed by Hoeschele and VanRaden (Hoeschele and VanRaden, 1991), however, eliminated these animals and therefore the numbers for parental sublasses were very similar (405,156 for Simmental and 462,430 for Brown Swiss).
For this study, contribution to dominance relationship matrix and, therefore, the parental subclass matrix were represented approximately through the sum of the number of full-sibs plus a quarter of the number of three-quarter-sibs for a given animal.
Coefficients of determination from regression of the parental subclass dominance effects in model 2 on the permanent environment effect of model 1 by a function of the approximate contribution to the dominance relationship matrix (D) among animals.
www.adsa.org /manuscripts/0010olo/JDS0010rev.htm   (4679 words)

 The Type ā€œPā€ Personality: Is There an Effect of Personality
Relationships however were not simple as age and sex seem to attenuate many of the models.
In Figure 1a, Chimpanzee dominance, for both living and deceased individuals (regardless of sex), indicated a U-shaped curve with high dominance scores predicting survival early in life (age ranges 1 and 2), becoming equal at adulthood (age range 3), yet predicting death later in life (age range 4).
The relationship of dependance on mortality is intriguing such that for females being dependant seems to be related to mortality after infancy until old age, while for males it seems to be related to survival.
www.u.arizona.edu /~jons/chimpanzoopaper2003.htm   (2373 words)

The dog that is the more dominant in a relationship needs to be supported in its position and the more subordinate must be taught to accept the relationship.
Although the dominance relationship between the two dogs must be dealt with, the first step is for the owner to gain complete control over both dogs.
If the more dominant dog approaches or challenges the subordinate dog and the subordinate dog assumes a subordinate posture, the owners are not to intervene as long as the dominant dogs stop.
www.asah.net /behavior_topics_15.htm   (1937 words)

 PB Dominance
Dominance is an on-going relationship where one individual is consistently superior to another.
This type of relationship is found in many primates (including humans), elephants, lions, wolves, etc. It is important to note that the dominant ranking does not change with daily situations; it changes when the dominant animal is unseated by another that will go on to assume the dominant role.
Dominance is a strategy that some humans use in their relationships with other humans, therefore they can easily relate to it.
www.realmacaw.com /pages/pbdom.html   (1076 words)

 Anabolic/Androgenic Steroid Use and Aggression I: A Review of the Evidence
As with most relationships between physiology and complex behavior, it reflects a "biopsychosocial" process, involving an interaction between the biological substrate of hormonal action, the psychology of the individual, and the social environment in which behavior occurs.
Additionally, inconsistent definitions and operationalizations (e.g., discriminating dominance from aggression), the bi-directional effects of T and dominance/aggression, and the lack of longitudinal studies of the T/aggression link in large representative samples, are a few of the factors that complicate the examination of this relationship.
The complexities of the relationship may be distilled down to imprecise bits of information for dissemination to a populace that deals best and most comfortably with short, easily digestible answers.
www.thinkmuscle.com /articles/darkes/aggression-01.htm   (4405 words)

 multiploidy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Dominance can be only partial, allowing some of the recessive trait to be expressed, or there may be co-dominance, as in the case of the AB blood group.
Dominance is determined by XORing the first bit of the modifier gene with the corresponding first bit of the modifier gene on the other chromosome.
Once two parents are selected, they perform crossover first on the two dominant chromosomes to generate one offspring, and then on the recessive chromosomes to generate the second offspring.
home.earthlink.net /~paulcarr/cool_tech/multiploidy.html   (2139 words)

 Accounting Historians Journal, The: Professional dominance: The relationship between financial accounting and ...
The existence of professional dominance implies that one group within the division of labor has significant influence on the definition of problems, the selection of intervention strategies and the organization of work.
Freidson, however, regards professional dominance as an institutionalized aspect of practice and recommends empowering the client and the administrative structures within which the profession practices as a means of overcoming the attendant problems.
Abbott, then, professional dominance is not inherent in the structure of the professions but an outcome of processes of negotiating boundaries between different professional groups.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3657/is_200212/ai_n9154976   (1096 words)

 Single Gene Extensions of Mendelian Genetics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
When incomplete dominance occurs, the presence of the dominant allele is not sufficient to mask the presence of the recessive allele.
The traits may be codominant, incompletely dominant, there may be a graded dominance relationship between alleles, or a mixture of all of the above.
allele behaves as a dominant allele with respect to determining coat color, but behaves as a recessive allele with respect to lethality (it is lethal only in the homozygous condition).
www.park.edu /bhoffman/courses/bi320/recaps/singenext.htm   (1914 words)

 Aggression: Sibling Rivalry ~ Pawprints and Purrs, Inc.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The dog that is the more dominant in a relationship needs to be supported in his position and the more subordinate must be taught to accept the relationship.
Although the dominance relationship between the two dogs must be dealt with, the first step is for the guardian to gain complete control over both dogs.
If the more dominant dog approaches or challenges the subordinate dog and the subordinate dog assumes a subordinate posture, the guardians are not to intervene as long as the dominant dogs stop.
www.sniksnak.com /doghealth/aggression2.html   (2177 words)

 Essay Page
The favored status of relationships as a strategy appears as a common theme of sacred religious texts.
Recognizing the interplay of dominance and relationship strategies in daily life does not present much of a challenge, the real work comes in getting everyone to relinquish the possibility of dominance.
The dominance survivalists seem firmly in control and at least the elite's among this group enjoy unprecedented wealth.
www.danielberninger.com /savetheworld.html   (548 words)

 Inbreeding and Quantitative Genetics
Look at a single locus - If there is dominance such that the heterozygote d>0 (or h>1/2), then the weighted average fitness of the two homozygotes is going to be lower than the average of a randomly mating population.
Directional dominance implies that the dominance of genes for a trait is on average biased in one direction.
If there is directional dominance, then a quantitative trait will on average change in mean as a result of inbreeding.
www.zoology.ubc.ca /~whitlock/QGPG/QG4/Lecture.html   (824 words)

 Report 2:
This model is referred to as dominant because men are born with natural tendencies to love evil and retain independence from his wife by dominating all aspects of the relationship.
This relationship is influenced by society in the fight for equality between the sexes.
Tannen uses cultural aspects of gender relationships for many of her research in gender relationships and the dominance model of marriage has been a popular view accepted and promoted by society and culture of human beings.
www.soc.hawaii.edu /leonj/409bf2004/valle/409b-g21-report2.htm   (6517 words)

 Report 2:
The man wants to keep his dominate role in the relationship, therefore not revealing him self to her and keeping it at a sensorimotor level.
One aspect to our relationship that has seemed to work well together is that any argument that we have had we have found a means to work it out.
Neither of us had subscribed to myths of relationships in fact he was the one in the relationship to move me from the equity model into aspects of the unity model.
www.soc.hawaii.edu /leon/409bs2005/Nakamura/409b-g22-report2.htm   (6229 words)

 Widespread Correlations Between Dominance and Homozygous Effects of Mutations: Implications for Theories of Dominance ...
dominance for lethal mutations of h = 0.02 and for mildly deleterious
is impossible in a haploid organism, the dominance of the wild-type
dominance of mutations are the presence of gene duplicates (W
www.genetics.org /cgi/content/full/171/1/385   (4158 words)

 Canine Dominance Dr. Wright
These social relationships can be understood in terms of the different roles that each dog plays.
The dominance relationship is one of the social relationships dogs are prepared to learn for purposes of family stability.
A dominant behavior is different than a dominant role, which is different than a dominant personality trait.
www.animalbehaviorassociates.com /audio-canine-dominance-wright.htm   (225 words)

 Rapid Inversion of Dominance Relationship Matrices for Noninbred Populations by Including Sire by Dam Subclass Effects ...
Rapid Inversion of Dominance Relationship Matrices for Noninbred Populations by Including Sire by Dam Subclass Effects -- Hoeschele and VanRaden 74 (2): 557 -- Journal of Dairy Science
the inverse of a dominance relationship matrix is required.
the inverse relationship matrix of subclass effects is presented.
jds.fass.org /cgi/content/abstract/74/2/557   (238 words)

 Antagonistic Behavior, Dominance, Hostility, and Coronary Heart Disease -- Siegman et al. 62 (2): 248 -- Psychosomatic ...
is characteristic of dominant and competitive individuals (10).
relationship is a matter of debate (43, 44).
Aggressiveness, dominance, developmental factors, and serum cholesterol level in college males.
www.psychosomaticmedicine.org /cgi/content/full/62/2/248   (5303 words)

 The Dominance of Alleles Controlling Self-Incompatibility in Brassica Pollen Is Regulated at the RNA Level -- Shiba et ...
This is in contrast to the dominant/recessive relationship in
Ockendon, D.J. Dominance relationships between S-alleles in the stigma of Brussels sprouts (Brassica oleracea var.
Reeder, R.H., and Roan, J.G. The mechanism of nucleolar dominance in Xenopus hybrids.
www.plantcell.org /cgi/content/full/14/2/491   (6650 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A relationship of dominance does not express love.
Only when two people give to each other and help each other within a relationship of mutual respect and inclusiveness can they experience the power and miracle of true love.
A student of mine, while she was dating, had an encounter with a fellow who took the curse of male dominance as an ideal standard for a relationship.
www.yogamosaic.org /documents/TheMiracleofLovebyRabbiDavidAaron.doc   (792 words)

 Mendelian Genetics
One such genetic example that challenged Mendel's first law was the relationship between two alleles that do not express a typical dominance/recessive relationship.
This type of allelic relationship was termed codominance.
Codominance - a relationship among alleles where both alleles contribute to the phenotype of the heterozygote
www.ndsu.nodak.edu /instruct/mcclean/plsc431/mendel/mendel2.htm   (471 words)

 Deep Blue Bettas
The single/double tail relationship is fortunately a very simple and predictable relationship.
Black becomes the dominant color of the betta, overpowering almost all if not all of the other coloring.
The (in)famous Comb trait - it seems to be an incomplete dominance relationship.
www.deepbluebettas.com /genetics.shtml   (906 words)

 Wiki: Day Ten Advanced Interpersonal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Index Card Assignment: Name five people you have had any kind of a relationship with over the course of the last year.
If you are wandering around campus you should encounter 5 people you have varying relationships in less than an hour.
Dominance expresses itself in complementary and symmetrical relationship patterns.
evolutionarymedia.com /cgi-bin/wiki.cgi?DayTenAdvancedInterpersonal   (119 words)

 To Daniel
The dominant (pardon the pun) understanding in the movement today is that Waldorf education is a partnership between parents and teachers.
But one side is dominant, and this has some relation to the hemisphere of the brain involved.
Steiner seemed to be indicating that in issues of laterality, a left-hand dominance for writing would have an influence on characteristics of thinking.
www.uncletaz.com /at/janfeb04/todaniel.html   (15447 words)

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