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Heavy chain polypeptides, 2:179, 2:179

Hedgehog proteins, 3:181 Height, as quantitative trait, 4:1, 4:2 HeLa, human cell line, 4:104-105 Helicase-primase enzymes, to treat herpes, 4:13 Helicobacter pylori, genome characteristics, 1:142 Helix-loop-helix motif, 3:201 Helix-turn-helix DNA-binding motif, 4:115, 4:116 Hematopoiesis, defined, 1:103, 2:163 Hematopoietic cells, replication, 1:103 Hematopoietic stem cells, 1:103,

2:76, 4:106 Heme proteins, 2:136, 2:139, 3:202 Hemings, Sally, 3:65 Hemochromatosis clinical features, 2:202 and diabetes, 1:212 inheritance patterns, 2:203 Hemoglobin amino acid alterations, 2:137,

2:139, 2:148, 3:200 genes coding for, 2:67-68, 2:68, 2:69

Hbf (fetal), 2:136, 2:138, 2:140 mutations, thalassemias,

2:139-140, 2:148 orthologs, 2:158 pseudogenes, 3:212, 3:212 S (Hbs), 2:137-138, 2:137, 2:148 structure and function, 2:136,

2:139, 3:199, 3:202 See also Globin proteins; Sickle-cell disease Hemoglobin electrophoresis, 3:176 Hemoglobinopathies, 2:136-141 balanced polymorphism, 1:46 blood cancers, 1:93, 1:94 coagulation factor IX, 1:163-164 cytogenetics analysis, 1:119 genetic testing for, 3:177 genetics of, 2:137 hemoglobin C disease, 2:139 hemoglobin SC disease, 2:139 heterozygote advantage, 2:135,

2:141, 2:148 point mutations and, 2:27 thalassemias, 2:27, 2:139-141,

2:148, 4:11 transgenic microorganisms to combat, 1:63 See also Hemophilia; Sickle-cell disease

Hemolysis, defined, 1:85 Hemolytic anemia, defined, 1:85 Hemophilia, 2:141-146 Alu sequences and, 4:146 clotting factor replacement, 2:145 DDAVP to treat, 2:145 detection techniques, 2:143 gene therapy, 2:73, 2:78, 2:80, 2:145

genetic components, 2:142-143 genetic counseling, 2:143 genetically engineered clotting factors, 4:6 inheritance patterns, 2:142,

2:203, 3:78, 4:174 prenatal genetic testing, 3:186 prophylaxis treatment, 2:145 Queen Victoria as carrier, 2:142,

2:144, 4:174 severity differences, 2:143-144 statistics, 2:142 symptoms, 2:141-142, 2:202 transposons and, 2:31, 2:143, 3:97

Hemorrhagic fever, causal organism, 4:165

Hepadnaviruses, 4:168 Hepatitis delta virusoid, 4:164 Hepatitis viruses characteristics, 4:165 clinical testing tools, 1:64 diagnostic tests, 4:6 hepatitis delta virusoid and, 4:164 reverse transcriptase, 4:41 vaccines to combat, 1:72, 1:255, 4:6, 4:129, 4:171 Hepatocellular carcinoma, causal organism, 4:165 Hepatocyte nuclear factor (HNF)

genes, and diabetes, 1:211 Herbicide-resistant crops, 1:57, 1:58,

2:106, 4:131-132, 4:134 Herbivores, defined, 1:57 Hereditary Genius (F. Galton), 2:17 Hereditary non polyposis cancer

(HNPCC), 1:167, 1:169 Heritability defined, 2:26, 3:144 estimates, defined, 4:83 of quantitative traits, 4:3 See also Inheritance patterns; specific diseases and traits Hermaphroditic, roundworms as, 4:62

Herpes simplex virus (HSV) as gene therapy vector, 2:76 helicase-primase enzymes to treat, 4:13

PML body mutations, 3:124 in selectable markers, 3:17 TK gene, 4:125 Herpes simplex virus thymidine kinase gene (HSV-TK), 2:79 Herpes zoster virus, characteristics,

4:165 Herpesviruses infection outcomes, 4:169 replication, 4:166, 4:169 vaccines to combat, 4:171 Hershey, Alfred, DNA as transforming factor, 3:104, 3:105, 4:120 Hertwig, Oskar, 1:249 Hessian fly, wheat resistant to, 1:58 Heston, Leonard, 4:83 Heterochromatin banding techniques for, 1:128, 1:135

constitutive vs. facultative,

1:134-135 defined, 1:114, 4:8 pericentric, 1:114 repetitive DNA sequences, 1:235 satellite sequences, 4:7 structure and function, 3:121-122 Heterochromatin-euchromatin conversion, 2:63, 2:65 Heterodimers, defined, 2:163 Heterokaryosis, defined, 2:115 Heteroplasmic organelles defined, 2:197

mitochondrial disease role, 3:54 Heterosexuality. See Sexual orientation

Heterosis. See Heterozygote advantage

Heterotopic pregnancies, 4:22 Heterotrophs, described, 2:13 Heterozygote advantage, 2:146-149 agricultural significance, 2:146 dominance hypothesis, 2:147 glucose-6-phosphate dehydroge-

nase deficiency, 2:148 Hardy-Weinberg predictions, 2:135

hemoglobinopathies, 2:135,

overdominance hypothesis, 2:147 sickle-cell disease and, 1:46, 2:27,

2:135, 2:141, 2:148, 4:68 Tay-Sachs disease, 4:101 Heterozygotes, defined, 1:147, 2:40 Heterozygous defined, 1:35, 2:5, 3:9 in Mendelian genetics, 3:33-34

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