Quantitative Genetics

Genetic and environment genetics can be subdivided

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Unformatted text preview: The genotype doesn’t necessarily determine the environment, the total phenotypic variation is important. What influences a phenotype? Genetics The alleles and their independent (or, additive) effects The combination of alleles at a locus - - some alleles might do things together that you might not predict from their independent effects alone, e.g., dominance The combination of alleles between loci - - some alleles at different loci interact to produce a phenotype that you wouldn’t predict form their independen...
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