Can the information learned from the Human Genome Project be......
Crime mapping: Introduction: This paper discusses the clustering of occurring offences in three different police shifts.
The initial blueprint of the human genome was broadcasted on February 2001 in the journal Nature; which showed the progression of the genome’s 3 billion base pairs.
The completed gene arrangement was published in April 2003 (“Overview of the Human,” 2010).
The dawn of modern genetics began with the unveiling of Mendel’s rules and Mendel’s paper in 1900.
The term gene was first used in 1909; the first experiment on genetic mapping was published in 1910; and the first genetic map was materialized in 1913 (Kevles & Hood, 1992, p. Thomas Hunt Morgan was the first person to elucidate the techniques of genetic mapping with his discovery of the X chromosome--the decisive sex gene, in 1910 (Kevles & Hood, 1992, pp. In 1911, Morgan’s student, Alfred Sturtevant, mapped the location of the gene mutations that were studied by his esteemed professor (“Overview of the Human,” 2010).The scope and purpose of any healthcare process or project in principle are focused on the patient.In the simplest illustration if we consider consultation of a patient with a doctor as a process, the input to the consultation process is a patient with a demand for medical consultation.This difference is discussed below with reference to the availability of security officers during the three shifts.Shifts and clustering of occurring offences: The following table summarizes the standard deviation, nearest neighbour index and p values for the three shifts: Crime type Std Dev......1.Passarage, E 2007, Color Atlas of Genetics, Thieme....... The article explores the origin and diversification of East Asian populations, specifically the Japanese people. Genome Project be used to eradicate disease; (3) what are the ethical implications and how might this power be misused?The origin of the current population on the island of Japan remains unclear to date (Ding et al. Introduction Governments across the globe are willingly and solidly supporting a human genome project that will totally map the chromosomes of all human beings.Apart from the aforementioned disadvantages, gene mapping is also contravened by many issues; among which are issues on information confidentiality, psychological effects, reproductive and clinical issues, conceptual and philosophical implications, health and environmental issues, commercialization of products, and other uncertainties, such as the causative agent for complex conditions (e.g.heart disease) (“Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues,” 2008).These shifts include shift 1which is from 9 hours to 15 hours, shift two which is from 16 Hours to 24 Hours and shift three which is from 00 Hours to 8 Hours.From the analysis it is evident that shift 1 has less clustering of occurring offences and shift two has the highest clustering of occurring offences.