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New mutation

new mutation

redundant term for a heritable trait present in the offspring but in neither parent, i.e., not a pre-existing mutant form inherited.


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Polymorphism and Mutation

Just about numbers. A mutation is a change to a single individual that may or may not be propagated. For example ... polymorphic change is beneficial it will continue to spread within the group as new offspring are produced. I suppose a mutation may become a polymorphism if its success ...

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Polymorphism and Mutation

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What makes dominant allele dominant?

... 2) it's not only about expression. The difference can be anywhere from transcription to protein post-translational modifications. There can be mutation in the promotor changing significantly expression. If the binding of ribosome will be impaired, there will be much less of protein made. Single ...

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