By James B. Tubbs Jr.
Specified by alphabetical order, "A guide Of Bioethics phrases" via James B. Tubbs Jr. (Professor of Ethics and faith, division of spiritual reports, collage of Detroit Mercy) is a compendium of terminology definitions in a glossary-style structure with greater than four hundred entries on major phrases expressions, titles, and lawsuits that experience formed bioethical criteria to what we now have at the present time. Entries are cross-referenced and carefully authoritative. A hugely steered and 'user pleasant' simple reference for private, specialist, educational, and neighborhood library collections, "A guide of Bioethics phrases" is principally instructed to the eye of scholars in health and wellbeing care ethics, training physicians and nurses, concerned and conscientious individuals of institutional ethics committees and assessment forums, in addition to non-specialist common readers with an curiosity in bioethics correct concerns.
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While most individuals within a species will have the vast majority of their DNA in common, DNA fingerprinting seeks to identify numbers of certain variable repeating sequences of DNA at particular chromosomal loci. Because of the very high probability that these sequences at a given locus will differ between unrelated individuals, multiple sequences at multiple loci are identified to establish near-certain statistical probability that a given DNA 40 DNA sequence sample must have come from only one particular individual (unless that individual has an identical twin, who would share the same DNA sequencing).
It is often recommended when the pregnant woman is age 35 or older (and thus at increased risk of bearing a child with certain chromosomal defects), when a genetic or chromosomal abnormality has been diagnosed in a previous pregnancy, or when a family medical history indicates an increased risk of bearing a child with a significant genetic disorder. 26 Chromosomes Chromosomes: Threadlike structures within the nucleus of a cell, composed of very long DNA molecules (with specialized associated proteins) and carrying most of the hereditary information of the organism.