the lateral (outer) bone of the lower arm
an allele that is not expressed in the phenotype of an individual because it is masked by its dominant alternative
the random distribution of parental chromosomes resulting in new gene combinations in the offspring
the process by which a copy of DNA is made
the contribution of genes to the next generation
the destruction of bone by osteoclasts
an important molecule found within the chromosomes that does not carry genetic information but assists in the duplication of DNA; a nucleic acid made up of a series of four bases (adenine, guanine, thymine and uracil), a ribose sugar and a phosphate group.
a disease process that includes the lack of absorption and use of both calcium and phosphorus due to a Vitamin D deficiency causing the incomplete mineralization of the bone.
the abbreviation for ribonucleic acid.
a rugged build; usually characterized as being large bodied and/or having heavily-structured anatomy; the opposite of gracile.