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How to apply for a job

Part A: Include 2 completed job applications in your portfolio. Examples: Tim Hortons; City of Brampton; McDonalds; Walmart etc. Part B: Step 1 – FINDING EMPLOYMENT Find a classified job advertisement using any of the following website or any other useful site: www.thestar.ca www.globecareers.com www.canjobs.com www.Candiancareers.com www.jobs.gc.ca www.workopolis.ca Step 2 – ANALYZING THE JOB ADVERTISEMENT…

Human Karyotyping

A karyotype is an organized profile of a person’s chromosomes. Chromosomes are arranged and numbered according to: – size, from largest to smallest – banding pattern, size and location of Giesma bands – centromere location, appear as a constriction This arrangement helps scientists quickly identify chromosomal alterations that may result in a genetic disorder. Karyotype…

Genetic Disorders: Causes

Mutations – any change in a gene that is accompanied by a loss or change in the functioning of the genetic information; many mutations are harmful – spontaneous mutations have no known cause; improper crossing over, DNA replication – induced mutations are caused by mutagens; radiation, chemicals, viruses Somatic Mutations – occur in regular body…