Medical Definition of Additive genetic effects

Reviewed on 3/29/2021

Additive genetic effects: A mechanism of quantitative inheritance such that the combined effects of genetic alleles at two or more gene loci are equal to the sum of their individual effects.

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If menopause occurs in a woman younger than ___ years, it is considered to be premature. See Answer

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