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  • Genes
  • When a small part of a population moves to a new locale, or when the population is reduced to a small size because of some environmental change, the genes of the "founders" of the new society are disproportionately frequent in the resulting population. (pbs.org)
  • If individuals in the group tend to marry within it, there's a greater likelihood that the recessive genes of the founders will come together in the cells that produce offspring. (pbs.org)
  • 2014). For both genes, the affected cases carried identical haplotypes encompassing a region of ~ 2.8 or 1.5 Mb respectively. (arvojournals.org)
  • However, it is possible to discard at least some implausible models by jointly analyzing many loci (selection tends to affect single genes, whereas demographic changes determine similar patterns across the genome), and by exploiting nongenetic information, such as archeological and paleobiological data. (pnas.org)
  • Any phenotype that results from the effect of multiple genes at two or more loci, with possible environmental influences too. (bmj.com)
  • tends
  • A typical effect in repeat expansions , in which severity of the disease is proportional to repeat length, which tends to grow in each transmission. (bmj.com)
  • events
  • As founder and president of LexEffect, a local event company, she will consult, plan, manage and promote more than 100 events this year, many from start to finish. (smileypete.com)
  • series
  • For more information about laminitis and founder, as well as additional videos in the laminitis and founder series, check out the Animal Health Foundation website . (equisearch.com)
  • In this video, Dr. Donald Walsh, DVM, founder of the Foundation and a practicing veterinarian who specializes in laminitis and founder, introduces you to this educational video series on lamintis and founder. (equisearch.com)
  • results
  • With results similar to the two other genetic techniques, the founder effect would require the additional simultaneous A permanent structural alteration in DNA, consisting of either a substitution, insertion or deletion of nucleotide bases. (godandscience.org)