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12th edn. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD. Further reading Avery, L. and Wasserman, 5. (1992) Ordering gene function - the interpretation of epistasis in regulatory hierarchies. Trends Genet. 8: 312-316. N. (1995) Taking stock of complex trait genetics in mice. Trmds Genet. 11: 471-477. Guarente, L (1993) Synthetic enhancement in gene activation - a genetic tool come of age. Tretrds Grnet. 9: 362-366. Hodgkin, J. (1993) Fluxes, doses and poisons- molecular perspectives on dominance.

E. variation between genotypes), and environmental variance (VE). e. variation within genotypes). A further component, gene-environment interactive variance (VaEl. reflects the proportion of variance which remains when both genetic and environmental variances have been calculated and subtracted from the total phenotypic variance. Voe can be thought cf as resulting from interaction between the two other corrponents, but in practice it is difficult to measure directly and is often ignored. This relationship can be expressed by ths following equation: Vp = Va + VE (+ VarJ Both genetic and environmental variance can be broken down into several subcomponents.

W. (1993) Cheaters sometimes prosper- distortion of Mendelian segregation by meiotic drive. Trends Genet. 9: 205-210. C. (1995} The genetic basis of quantitative numbers of sensory bristles of variation - Biological Heredity and Variation Drosophila melanogasler as a model system. Trends Genet. 11: 464-470. E. M. (1996) Polygenic disease - methods for mapping complex disease traits. Trends Genet. 11: 513-519. M. (1994) The molecular basis of genetic dominance. J. Med. Genet. 31:89-98. Wolf, U. (1995) The genetic contribution to phenotype.

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