Heredity and Hormones
Hereditary genes come in many different forms and functions. You can see it in a family gene, where the dominant gene(s) are carried over from generation to generation. Listed below, I will cover the most popular areas where and how this can be seen.
Heredity is the gene (traits) which are typically passed down from generation to generation. Some people choose to believe that hereditary genes will be passed down identically from their parents or grand parents, but that is not really the case. It is not that they are an identical match from the generations prior, but some of the unique traits can re-appear from time to time in predictable or un-predictable patterns. These hereditary genes can include anything from many visual traits such as height and weight, skin type, hair, eye and skin color, acne, and other face and body features. Some examples of the critical internal features are heart disease, cancer, bad muscle joints, alcoholism, substance abuse, baldness and arthritis. These traits sometimes can not be fully recognized at birth and may not show up until later in that person’s life. There are situations, were the child will have completely different characteristics from their parents. An example would be when the parents who come from brunette hair backgrounds with olive skin and have a child who ends up having blondish red hair with freckles and pale white skin. This hereditary gene most likely came down from many generations prior and was dormant for many years and something triggered the gene during the birth of the child.
As far as human behavior goes, heredity plays a part in these characteristics; which are pretty commonly shared throughout the generations as well. An example would be, a father would treat his son as his father treated him. He might feel that since this is how he was brought up, he would want his son to be brought up the same way, in order to keep with tradition. This actually is a human behavior situation...