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The role of genetic and phenogenetic phenomena in the evolution of the species. I. Corpuscularity and its optimum. Pt. I. Pleiotropy


, : The role of genetic and phenogenetic phenomena in the evolution of the species. I. Corpuscularity and its optimum. Pt. I. Pleiotropy. Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR. [Ser. biol.], 575-614

THE term corpuscularity is used to indicate the degree to which individual genes are independent of each other in their action, and the degree to which the effect of any one gene is localized or non-pleiotropic. Pleiotropism, in bringing about a joint transmission of characters of different adaptive value, determines to a marked degree the rate of evolution and therefore becomes itself an object of natural selection.

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