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Related to epistatic: dominant epistasis, modifier genes

ep·i·stat·ic

(ep'is-tat'ik),
Relating to epistasis.

ep·i·stat·ic

(ep'i-stat'ik)
Relating to epistasis.
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High NPHP1 and NPHP6 mutation rate in patients with Joubert syndrome and nephronophthisis: potential epistatic effect of NPHP6 and AHI1 mutations in patients with NPHP1 mutations.
the V-opioid receptor [MOPr]) in mice, epistatic interactions may be sexually dimorphic.
Unlike somatic doubling, sexual polyploidization transmits a large proportion of heterozygous loci and epistatic interactions to the tetraploid offspring (Peloquin et al.
Means of selecting the Shan Ma breed (S) to get rid of the epistatic white recessive c allele in this breed, and the Putian White (F) to eliminate the extended black dominant E allele in this breed, were demonstrated.
Full-sib experiments cannot partition additive genetic variance from dominance or epistatic genetic variance.
Thus, development of advanced imprinting models taking into account epistatic relationships between closely linked genes, as well as generation of high density maps, may be needed to better identify and characterize POD QTL.
2005), the head color is determined by two pairs of alleles, with an existing complete dominance in each of the loci and a recessive epistatic relation between them.
Overdominant epistatic loci are the primary genetic basis of inbreeding depression and heterosis in rice.
In addition, ACE I/D, although not associated in the present study with the phenotype, has been previously reported to be associated with essential hypertension in an epistatic model with GRK4 (51).
So the new genetic environment of the replaced gene could result in unexpected pleiotropic and epistatic effects (Regal, 1994).
We therefore propose a comprehensive research program to dissect epistatic interactions with effects on plant growth and health.
SNPHarvester: A filtering-based approach for detecting epistatic interactions in genome-wide association studies.