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If you had to get a science related tattoo, what would you get?
A punnett square.
Isn't that one of those diagrams designed by Reginald Punnett and used by biologists to determine the probability of an offspring having a particular genotype? I barely remember, but is it still made by comparing all the possible combinations of alleles from the mother with those from the father?I know there's some situations where Punnet squares don't apply (like when alleles are imprinted or if they're physically linked on the same chromosome), but I still think that'd be a great tattoo.
it's only a matter of time before you AND JR will be sportin' them -- mark my words, dunne, mark my words!!!!
Rob's not a nerd, just someone who can copy from wikipedia.
Damn straight. :)
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