(1) (genetics) A condition wherein a particular trait results from the expression of a single gene or from the interaction of an allele (as opposed polygenesis – genetics)
(2) (anthropology) Monogenism
You will also like...
Autotrophs flourished, absorbing carbon and light. Soon after, primitive life forms that could assimilate oxygen thrived..
There are more species of insects than any other species combined. This surely illustrates that insects have the selecti..
Humans are capable of only one mode of reproduction, i.e. sexual reproduction. Haploid sex cells (gametes) are produced ..
Muscle cells are specialized to generate force and movement. Learn about the different types of muscle tissues in this t..
In plants, growth occurs in meristems, which are the site of repeated cell division of unspecialized cells. These cells ..