Genes. Why do we look like our grandparents

Human genetics is an innate human trait transmitted through genes.

Genes are sections of DNA that carry information about heredity. Human congenital characteristics transmitted through genes – human genetics.

Genotype is a set of genes of an organism, a phenotype is an external manifestation of these genes, a set of attributes of an organism.

Phenotype is all that can be seen, counted, measured, described simply by looking at a person (blue eyes, blond hair, short stature, temperament – choleric and so on).

In men, the genotype is more variable, in women, the phenotype.

According to some geneticists, genes pass programs to a greater extent not to the next generation, but through a generation, that is, your genes will not be in your children, but in your grandchildren. And your children have the genes of your parents.

What our genes define

Genes determine our physical and mental characteristics, genes determine that we, as humans, cannot fly and breathe underwater, but can learn human speech and writing. Boys are easier to navigate in the objective world, girls in the world of relationships. Someone was born with an absolute ear for music, someone with an absolute memory, and someone with the most average abilities.

Genes define many traits of our character and disposition. Genes influence our individual predispositions, including diseases, asocial behavior, talent, physical or intellectual activity, etc.

It is important to always remember: propensity pushes a person, but does not determine his behavior. Genes are responsible for addiction; man is responsible for behavior. Yes, and you can work with your own inclinations: some develop, make loved ones, and some leave out of your attention, extinguish them, forget…

Genes determine the time when some of our talent or tendency will manifest itself or not.

Genes determine the time when some of our talent can manifest itself. Fell at a good time when the genes are ready – made a miracle. I missed the time – fly by. Today, the child’s susceptibility to developmental processes is high – he is a “white sheet”, “absorbs only the good” and “very talented”, and a year later: “he doesn’t understand anything”.

Genes determine when sex drive awakens in us and when it falls asleep. Genes affect happiness and character traits.

After analyzing data on more than 900 pairs of twins, psychologists at the University of Edinburgh found evidence of the existence of genes that determine traits, a tendency to happiness, and the ability to easily tolerate stress.

Genes are the carriers of our capabilities, including the ability to change and improve.

Genes give us our possibilities, and genes limit our possibilities.

Is there a lot of genetics in us – the question is very controversial (the interaction of heredity and the environment is studied by psychogenetics). Rather, it is true that the more a person moves away from the animal world, the less innate and more acquired in him. For now, we must admit that in most of us there is a lot of innate. On average, according to geneticists, genes determine human behavior by 40%.

Genes provide opportunities; it depends on us how much we realize these opportunities. If you have good genetics, you can make it even better and pass it on to your children as the most expensive gift. Our DNA remembers our childhood, there are observations that habits, skills, inclinations and even manners are genetically transmitted. If you have developed good breeding, beautiful manners, put on a good voice, accustomed yourself to the daily routine and responsibility, then there is a good chance that sooner or later it will enter the genotype of your family name.

Genes determine our inclinations, our capabilities and inclinations, but not our fate. Genes determine the launching pad for activity – for someone it is better, for someone it is more difficult. But what will be done on the basis of this site is not the concern of genes, but of people: the person himself and those who are close to him.

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