The Genetic Benefits of Mating Outside Your (Group)

SCIENCE Written by: m.wilson When individuals tend to mate within a particular ‘group,’ it increases the likelihood that the recessive genes of the ‘founders’ will (activate) – interact with each other and develop within the couple’s offspring. The founder effect is enhanced when a fraction of that group changes locale, because the potential for these…

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