I am looking for the genetic weaknesses that each genetic body type inherits, as I wish to form a chart that cross references these probable/possible weaknesses with factors such as eye colour/ hair colour and so forth. Can you or do you know of anyone who could help me please.
I don't think you really want body types, but something much more specific. There are a wide variety of genetic weaknesses, but I will give you one I know.
Although there are many types of ALBINISM, lack of melanin (dark pigment), some types involve lack of coloration in the iris of the eye. This leads to certain visual defects. Use your search engine to find information under that term.
I hope this helps. If not, repost with more specific questions. Thanks for asking.
well i am not exackly lookin for that but what i am lookin for is pic's and some info about the eyes you see me and 5 other people have to give apresentachen about the ears and the eyes in health .today is wed. oct the25th and i need some info by thurs/ tomorrow or today .
thanks, alyssa rife
I can definitely help you with finding pictures and information about the eyes for your presentation. Here's what you can do:
1. Start by using a search engine like Google or Bing. Type in relevant keywords such as "human eye anatomy" or "eye structure" to find general information and pictures.
2. For specific eye conditions or weaknesses, use specific keywords. For example, if you want information about color blindness, search for "color blindness causes and symptoms" or "pictures of color blindness tests."
3. To find images, you can click on the "Images" tab in your search engine's results page. This will display a variety of pictures related to your search query. You can then select the ones that you find relevant for your presentation.
4. Another useful resource for finding educational images is Wikimedia Commons. It offers a wide range of freely usable images, including those related to eye anatomy and conditions.
When using information or images from external sources, be sure to properly cite them in your presentation to avoid plagiarism. If you have any further questions or need assistance with specific eye conditions, feel free to ask. Good luck with your presentation!