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Learning Objectives · Explain how epistasis impacts trait expression · Describe polygenic inheritance and how to recognize it · Describe continuous variation ...

bio.libretexts.org/Courses/Community_College_of_Vermont/Human_Biology_(Gabor_Gyurkovics)/16%3A_Inheritance_and_Biotechnology/16.05%3A_Non-Mendelian_Inheritance

May 13, 2020 ... Polygenic Traits. Many human traits are controlled by more than one gene. These traits are called polygenic traits. The alleles of each gene have ...

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... changes on the phenotypic expression of human polygenic traits. Ann Hum Genet. 1988 Oct;52(4):341-9. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-1809.1988.tb01113.x.

www.britannica.com/science/heredity-genetics/Epistatic-genes

Heredity - Heredity - Epistatic genes: Some genes mask the expression of ... to the trait is continuously variable and follows the rules of polygenic inheritance.

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Polygenic Inheritance. Complicating the picture of gene expression is the many interacting genes/gene products involved in skin pigmentation. A simple model ...

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... stabilizing selection and mutation in which the allelic effects determining a polygenic trait vary between loci. We obtain analytical expressions for the stationary ...

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Polygenic traits are not expressed as absolute or discrete characters, as was the case with Mendel's pea plant traits. Instead, polygenic traits are recognizable by ...

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Polygenic inheritance is not a special type of gene action but is the production of a phenotype by several pairs of genes, each with a small additive effect. Nearly ...

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A gene is a specific DNA sequence that leads to the expression of an ... Some traits are considered to be polygenic traits, associated with a number of genes.

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The collaboration of numerous genes to influence a phenotype constitutes a polygenic (i.e., “many gene”) trait. One example of a polygenic trait is human height.