The importance to humans of the control of growth, reproduction and development of organisms, including themselves.

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  • The importance to humans of the control of growth, reproduction and development of organisms, including themselves
    • Pathogens & antibiotic resistance
      • Aseptic techniques to prevent communcation of microbe cultures.
      • Immunity
      • Vaccines
    • Genetic - prediction of inheritance conditions
      • Hardy-Weinberg principle
      • Chi-squared test
      • Sex linkage
      • Multiple alleles
      • epistasis
      • Chance of inheriting particular phenotypes
      • Autosomal linkage
    • Regulation of gene expression: Mitosis & cancer
      • Mutations in proto-oncogenes
      • Tumour suppressor genes
      • Gene therapy
      • Radiotherapy
    • Selective breeding & farming practises
      • Pest control
      • More for human consumption
      • Productivity
      • Efficiency
    • Succession
      • Primary succession
      • Pioneer species
      • Thin soil
      • Diversity
      • Secondary succession
      • Already soil layer
      • Conservation
    • Human populations/ influence on biodiversity
      • Conservation
      • Fertilisers
      • Eutrophi-cation
      • Farming practices

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