Non-Mendelian inheritance

Definition

noun

A type of inheritance wherein the patterns of phenotypes do not accord with those as expected in Mendelian laws on inheritance.


Supplement

Non-Mendelian inheritance includes extranuclear inheritance, gene conversion, infectious heredity, genomic imprinting, mosaicism, and trinucleotide repeat disorders.


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