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Assessment of the genetic heterogeneity of natural populations: quantitative characters



Assessment of the genetic heterogeneity of natural populations: quantitative characters



Ekologiya (1): 3-10



Two approaches to the assessment of genetic heterogeneity for quantitative characters in natural populations are considered: (1) separation from the total a phenotypic variability of paratypic component, evaluated by repeated measurement of a particular character in the organs of a single individual, and (2) the testing of families (clones etc.) in ecologically contrasting extreme environments.

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