Diabetes genes & baldness genes
- Does the gene of a particular object/ symptom looks exactly the same? Or is there any slightly differences?
- If both of the grandfathers of a grandson are bald, what is the approximate percentage of the grandson being bald in the future?
- If both of the grandfathers of a grandson have diabetes, what is the approximate percentage of the grandson to get diabete in the future?
- Do the look of genes of a particular symptom(eg: diabetes) differ from every person?
- Does the look of a particular gene change if medication is taken?
- Is the look of genetic cells important to people?
- Do people know what deep down in there body, how their cellular structures are like?
- Is it important for children to know what their parents have in their genes?
- Can the color of cells be changed by some artificial factor?
- What does genetic system and cellular structure have to do with identity and personality?
- What instruments do people use to investigate cellular structure?
- How can cellular structures be represented in different materials (eg: ink)?
- Do the look of cellular structures have relation to how it functions?
- How are the experiments photos layout like from the report?
- How are the computer made studies of cellular structures similar or different from the actual structure?
- How can hair loss be cured?
- Is inheritage important to people to understand?
- Is hair loss in different areas related to different health problems?
- Are experiments on animals reliable (eg: rats)?
- Are the heritaged cells look exactly the same from Father to son?