The Long Terms Effects of Evolution...Take a Chance
cjb at ARIEL.UCS.UNIMELB.EDU.AU
Thu Dec 11 22:42:49 EST 1997
At 10:05 PM 11/12/97 -0500, you wrote:
> > Jabriol, some diseases are just mutations. Hemophilia is a perfect
> > example. Like most mutations, hemophilia reduces the selection fitness
> > a person who carries it. It is a recessive trait, which means that it
> > will manifest in one quarter of the children of a person who is
> > heterozygous for the allele. Diseases, and anything else, are not
> > *caused* by evolution. Evolution is an effect, not a cause. A disease,
>so we would say Hemophilia is genetic...
>some illnesses are cause by outside influence.. viral or bacterial..
ok..so?...and viruses and causes genetic variation also
>what is the ourside cause of hemophilia?
I think I missed the point........
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