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6.4 Penetrance and Expressivity

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Human Biology
Course
HMB265H1
Professor
Stephen Wright
Semester
Fall

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6.4 Penetrance and Expressivity Penetrance: The proportion of individuals with a specific genotype that manifest that genotype at the phenotype level. Percentage of individuals with a given allele who exhibit the phenotype associated with that allele. Reasons why an organisms will not fully express their genotype: 1. Environment 2. Other interacting genes 3. Subtl
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