John Logsdon <jlogsdon at bio.indiana.edu> writes:
>I came across a review article today that may be useful:
>>Wilke, AOM (1994) The molecular basis of genetic dominance. J Med Genet.
>>He discusses eight categories of dominance [in molecular terms]
For the historically inclined, Hermann J. Muller (1932, Further
studies on the nature and causes of gene mutations. Int. Congr.
Genet. 6: 213-255) discusses many of these same issues in terms
of a pre-DNA genetic formalism. Muller's coined terms "amorph,"
"hypomorph," "hypermorph," "antimorph," and "neomorph" are still
widely used in Drosophila genetics.
The parallels in the thinking are obvious.
Mark D. Garfinkel (e-mail: garfinkl at iitmax.acc.iit.edu)
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