What is Genetics?
Genetics is the study of the component elements of living organisms (DNA, chromosomes, genes), from one-celled plants to human beings, that deal particularly with processes of heredity. That is, what a plant or animal passes on to its offspring.
On Global Vision, genetics is focused on those elements and processes that allow for variety within a species (the biblical term used is 'kind') and barriers to a crossing over into another. Experts on this channel also look at complexity of genetic function in context of the raging intelligent design v evolution debate.
Latest Additions to the Genetics Channel
GV247 is pleased to offer viewers this new channel and, with it, a number of new speakers.
Dr David Menton - Former professor at Washington University School of Medicine (USA), Dr Menton lectures throughout the US and Canada.
Dr Georgia Purdom - Teacher with a Ph.D. in molecular genetics from Ohio State University.
Dr Nathaniel Jeanson - With a PhD in Cell and Developmental Biology from Harvard University (USA), Dr Jeanson is a research biologist with Answers in Genesis (AiG).