3 edition of The effects of inbreeding on Japanese children found in the catalog.
The effects of inbreeding on Japanese children
William J. Schull
Bibliography: p. 398-407.
|Statement||[by] William J. Schull and James V. Neel in collaboration with Arthur L. Drew [and others]|
|Contributions||Neel, James V. 1915- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HV4995.J3 S3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 419 p.|
|Number of Pages||419|
|LC Control Number||65014807|
The effects of inbreeding in Japanese children, New York, Harper and Row, Kulkami, ML. and Kurian, M Consanguinity and its effect on fetal groMh and development: A South Indian study. Rushton () found inbreeding depression scores on 11 subtests of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC) correlated (P Cited by:
Nor has there been any conclusion to the debate over Freud’s view that the incest taboo is necessary because humans are sexually attracted to their closest relatives—a claim countered by Westermarck's argument for the sexually inhibiting effects of early childhood book brings together contributions from the fields of. Incest / ˈ ɪ n s ɛ s t / is human sexual activity between family members or close relatives. This typically includes sexual activity between people in consanguinity (blood relations), and sometimes those related by affinity (marriage or stepfamily), adoption, clan, or lineage.. The incest taboo is one of the most widespread of all cultural taboos, both in present and in past societies.
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Background and organization --Consanguineous marriages in Japan --Statistical methods --The comparability of the consanguinity groups --Inbreeding and mortality in the Japanese --Medical histories --Physical disease --Anthropometrics --Radiological studies of growth and development --Dental characteristics --Laboratory studies --Neuromuscular.
Effects of inbreeding on Japanese children. New York, Harper & Row  (OCoLC) Online version: Schull, William J. Effects of inbreeding on Japanese children. New York, Harper & Row  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William J Schull; James V Neel.
Title: Population Genetics. (Book Reviews: The Effects of Inbreeding on Japanese Children) Book Authors: Schull, William J.; Neel, James V. Review Author: Lewontin, R.
Book Reviews The Effects of Inbreeding on Japanese Children William J. Schull and James V. Neel. Harper and Row, New York, xii + Author: R. Lewontin. The effects of inbreeding in humans on the intelligence has been investigated in the present study of offsprings of second cousin matings (F=n= male, female), first cousins once removed (F=n= male, female), first cousins (F=n= male, female), and unrelated (F= 0, n= male, female) among North Indian by: Inbreeding is the production of offspring from the mating or breeding of individuals or organisms that are closely related genetically.
By analogy, the term is used in human reproduction, but more commonly refers to the genetic disorders and other consequences that may arise from expression of deleterious or recessive traits resulting from incestuous sexual relationships and consanguinity.
INBREEDING IN HUMANS. Inbreeding is simply defined as the mating of relatives. It is a mating system in which individuals carry alleles that originated from a common ancestor. Inbreeding is considered a problem in humans because inbreeding increases the chances of receiving a deleterious recessive allele inherited from a common : Koyalirie.
Let us compute the inbreeding coefficient for the person J depicted in Figure J is a child of G and H, who are cousins. J could be autozygous at, for example, the “red” allele of founder grand-grand-parent A, which could have been transmitted through the meioses A ⇒ D, D ⇒ G, and G ⇒ J, and also through the path A ⇒ E, E ⇒ H, and H ⇒ J (Fig.
Basu, S. K.,Effects of consanguinity among Muslim Groups of North India, Med. Genet, in India – Google Scholar Bhalla, V., and Bhatia, K.,Analysis of migration effect on mating system of a north Indian inbred Hindu community—the Bhatias of Garhi-Dhaneta, by: 6.
William J. Schull is the author of Effects of Atomic Radiation ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), The Effects of Inbreeding on Japan /5(3). William Jackson (Jack) Schull (17 March – 20 June ) was an American geneticist and Professor Emeritus of Human Genetics at The University of Texas Health Science Center at worked for the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission in Japan, was one of the founding members of the Department of Human Genetics at the University of Michigan, and was the founding director of the Alma mater: Marquette University, Ohio State University.
This study presents the assessment of inbreeding depression on the intelligence quotient among north Indian Muslim Children of school age. The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC-R) Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: Howard B.
Newcombe. The Effects of Inbreeding on Japanese Children. New York: Harper and Row. xii and Schull, W.J., Otake, M., and Yoshimaru, H.
Radiation-related damage to the developing human brain. Show this book's table of contents, where you can jump to any chapter by name. Sittmann et al. () concluded that effects of maternal inbreeding on egg quality were responsible for the reduced hatchability of eggs laid by inbred Japanese quail hens.
Overall, while inbreeding in the male and the female expressed itself early in the nesting cycle, inbreeding in the offspring (the parent's kinship coefficient) affected. Both outbred (N= from suburban areas andN= from rural areas) and inbred (N's= andrespectively) children aged 9 to 12 years from socioeconomically middle-class families were administered the Weschler Intelligence Scale for Children—Revised [WISC(R)].
Cited by: 3 The idea of balance between inbreeding and outbreeding was first suggested by Wright, S. (), Th ; 4 With costs accruing to both inbreeding and outbreeding, Darwinian evolution is presumed to have operated on mechanisms involved in mate choice to minimise both.
The outcome of Darwinian evolution is a preference for a mate that is not too closely related and not too distantly related. 3 Author: Patrick Bateson. The data collected in Hiroshima and Nagasaki during the past 40 years on the children of survivors of the atomic bombings and on the children of a suitable control population are analyzed on the basis of the newly revised estimates of radiation doses.
No statistically significant effects emerge with respect to eight different indicators. Since, however, it may confidently be assumed some. Increased mortality and morbidity including congenital malformations among the offspring of consanguineous marriages have been widely reported in human populations from different parts of the world.
However, there are few studies on the effect of the intensity of inbreeding and different degrees of inbreeding on mortality and morbidity. The present study is an attempt to examine the effects of Cited by: 2. Title(s): The effects of inbreeding on Japanese children [by] William J.
Schull and James V. Neel, in collaboration with Arthur L. Drew [et al.]. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, Harper & Row [c] Description: xii, p.
illus. Language: English MeSH: Consanguinity*; Genetics, Medical* NLM ID: [Book]. Incest is defined as the practice of sexual intercourse between persons with degrees of kinship, which may be a short or long-term relationship, with or without generation of children (Lumsden.The Romanovs weren’t known for inbreeding, but they had intermarried with the family of Queen Victoria in England, which definitely fact, the hemophilia that was so common in the English royalty has been blamed for the fall of the Romanov line in It’s sort of roundabout, I suppose, but it was indeed Alexei’s hemophilia that caused his mother, Alexandria, to seek out the.
The term "incest" refers to these tabooed unions. They occur, though rarely. Children of incest are very rare, of the order of 1/10, in an estimate in Michigan (Adams and Neel ).
Excerpted from Consanguinity, Inbreeding, and Genetic Drift in Italy Effects of Inbreeding on Normal and Pathological Phenotypes Introduction Author: Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza.