[Biochemical polymorphic systems in the population of immigrant inhabitants of the northeastern USSR. III. Selectivity of migration behavior with respect to the genotypes of polymorphic loci].

Abstract

Genotype frequency correlation in individuals (1448 men and 1400 women) which left and those remained in the region was studied at 12 polymorphic loci (AcP, PGM, PGD, GPT, GLO-1, AK, Pp, Hp, Gc, Tf, ABO and Rh) in four years after the first examination. It is shown that the electivity of removal with respect to the genotypes of polymorphic systems studied determines the genetic structure specificity of the population. The men, in comparison with women, have more pronounced electivity and it is most considerable in the first years of dwelling under extreme conditions. It is ascertained that the electivity of the removal is a leading but not a sole factor determining the genetic structure specificity, because the significant differences in genotype frequencies between removed and remained individuals was found for some of the loci at which the frequency gradient depending on the duration of dwelling in the region was not found.

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@article{Solovenchuk1984BiochemicalPS, title={[Biochemical polymorphic systems in the population of immigrant inhabitants of the northeastern USSR. III. Selectivity of migration behavior with respect to the genotypes of polymorphic loci].}, author={L. L. Solovenchuk}, journal={Genetika}, year={1984}, volume={20 10}, pages={1719-25} }