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Epistasis is the interaction between genes. Epistasis takes place when the effects of one gene are modified by one or several other genes, which are sometimes called modifier genes. The gene whose phenotype is expressed is...
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Therefore, the following table summarizes the four epistatic interactions discussed above. ... D epistatic to K, k. Dominant suppression. Copyright © 2000. ...
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Definition of epistasis from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio ... Learn more about "epistatic" and related topics at Britannica.com ...
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epistasis n. , pl. -ses ( ). An interaction between nonallelic genes, especially an interaction in which one gene ... Thus the A and B loci are epistatic. ...
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What is epistatic? Meaning of epistatic medical term. What does epistatic mean? ... epistatic deviation. inhibiting gene. parastasis ...
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... of tightly linked genes having epistatic effects on fitness are found in ... B epistatic to A, a: Duplicate genes: Sweet pea flower color: cc epistatic to P, ...
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epistatic. Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search ... Retrieved from "http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/epistatic" ...
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Epistatic interaction between two major qtl conditioning resistance to common ... This is consistent with a recessive epistatic model of inheritance between two loci. ...
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Epistatic interactions, manifested in the effects of mutations ... distribution of these epistatic effects, allowing gene pairs to ...
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The technology, which is called epistatic mini array profiles (E-MAP), has ... Previous techniques for analyzing epistatic interactions—how the activity of one ...
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This generation of additive from epistatic variation has been invoked to explain ... The separation of epistatic from additive and dominance variation in generation ...
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Furthermore, CNA1 and CMP2, which were epistatic here in 1 M NaCl, are involved ... Specifically, WGD paralogs epistatic under standard laboratory conditions were ...
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QTLs and epistatic loci vary much less when host and parasite types remain the ... In the published studies, epistatic effects were analysed either between the ...
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Epistatic interactions among genes can play an important role in their ... Holland et al. (1997) tested all pairs of 561 loci for epistatic ...
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Mapping epistatic QTL in structured outbred crosses – a comprehensive algorithm ... Various test frameworks for mapping epistatic QTL have been proposed but remain ...
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