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Mendelian inheritance
... who coined the term "genetics", "gene", and "allele" to describe many of its tenets. The ... F 2 generation. The " red " and "white" allele together make a " pink " phenotype, resulting in ... cells are produced from two gametes, one allele comes from the mother, one from the ... two alleles differ, then one, the dominant allele, is fully expressed in the organism's appearance; the other, the recessive allele, has no noticeable effect on the ...
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Incest
... increase in homozygocity, that is, the same allele at the same locus on both members ... unrelated individuals. If an individual has an allele linked to a congenital birth defect, it ... either both have, or both lack this allele; some homozygotes would entirely lack the allele and be born healthy, while others would ... Consequently, over time the frequency of the allele linked to the defect will decrease ...
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Heterozygote
... that locus. In a heterozygous individual, each allele produces its own unique protein or enzyme ... abnormal effect in the heterozygote, the abnormal allele is termed a dominant gene. In other cases, especially when the abnormal allele produces a nonfunctional enzyme, the abnormal enzyme ... is an asymptomatic carrier of the abnormal allele, which is referred to as a recessive ... inherited (Main article: Mendelian inheritance), the dominant allele is indicated with an upper case ...
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Formal genetics   (translated from Italian)
... other that is said () completely recessivo. The allele dominant it is always expressed (to the ... the case of that incomplete one the allele recessivo "it does not come used" (or ... itself is that one codified from the allele dominant. Shape therefore "half of the dose ... does not depend on the single one allele, but on the considered brace of alleli ... they, while they dominate completely () on the allele i, than it does not produce ...
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Mendelian inheritance (Psychology wiki)
... who coined the term "genetics", "gene", and " allele " to describe many of its tenets. The ... F 2 generation. The " red " and "white" allele together make a " pink " phenotype, resulting in ... cells are produced from two gametes, one allele comes from the mother, one from the ... two alleles differ, then one, the dominant allele, is fully expressed in the organism's appearance; the other, the recessive allele, has no noticeable effect on the ...
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Gene frequency   (translated from German)
Gene frequency Gene frequency or Allele frequency a term is that Population genetics ... the relative frequency of the copies one Allele in one Population designated. The gene frequency ... number of the copies of a certain allele divided by the total number of the ... aa, aa thus the gene frequency for allele computes itself A P(A) and for allele A P(a) too: P(A) = ( ...
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Gene drift   (translated from German)
... from the English word "drift" = current, (also allele drift or Sewall WRIGHT effect) becomes a ... limited lifetime. If the frequency of an allele in the successive generations or decreases so strongly, then an allele in the population can disappear completely or it becomes the only allele in the population (adjustment). The genetic variety ... with only few individuals with a rare allele composition the starting point of a ...
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Heredity   (translated from French)
... A, whereas a child hétérozygote with an allele "A" and an allele "B" is of group AB. These two ... all the alleles are not codominants: the allele O (zero, i.e. not of marqueur ... group B. It is said that the allele O is recessive, and the alleles A ...
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Talk:Evolution/Archive 012
... flow is something that changes heterozygosity, not allele frequencies. Gene flow from domestic crops into ... that there are three mechanisms that change allele frequencies, for the reasons stated above and ... a finite population is going to change allele frequencies. But I think gene flow should ... of variation. And yes, mutation does change allele frequencies in finite populations, hence my earlier ... say there are two processes that affect allele frequencies, selection and drift. Or if ...
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Talk:Evolution/Archive 009
... you just have to look up what allele means and you'll understand. You are ... talks about evolution as a change in allele frequencies over time due to natural selection ... define evolution without using such words as "allele". Well, you could, but it'd be ... to understand something as complex as evolution. Allele is a single link away, and it ... on that page to grasp what an allele is, so I don't quite ...
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