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2 environmental effects on genetics and why

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    The environment affects quantitative traits. The primary affect of the environment is to change the value for a particular genotype. The value for the genotype AaBb might vary from 8-10. This variation would be the result of the different environments in which the genotype was grown. The consequence of this environmental effect is that the distribution even more resembles a normal distributi

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