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A number of comparisons of nucleotide sequences among hominids and rodents indicate that i

A number of comparisons of nucleotide sequences among hominids and rodents indicate that i

A number of comparisons of nucleotide sequences among hominids and rodents indicate that inbreeding may have occurred more in hominid than in rodent ancestry. When a population bottleneck of approximately 10,000 individuals occurred, Knight (2005) and Bakewell (2007) suggest that this may have left early humans with a greater chance for genetic disease. Why would a population bottleneck influence the frequency of genetic disease?
Abhinav 29-Nov-2019

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