Further Studies on Factor Interaction in Drosophila Virilis.

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A character is a result of the cooperative action of all genes, although some genes alone, and in case of “factor interaction,” more than one gene, are chiefly concerned in the development of a particular character. Interacting genes, as well as modifiers, may be specific in their effect, since they can act only in the presence of a particular genetical… (More)

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