Darwin-L Message Log 6:23 (February 1994)

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<6:23>From phlkcs@gsusgi2.gsu.edu  Sun Feb  6 12:23:44 1994

Date: Sun, 6 Feb 1994 13:22:04 -0500 (EST)
From: "Kelly C. Smith" <phlkcs@gsusgi2.gsu.edu>
Subject: extragenetic inheritance
To: darwin-L <DARWIN-L@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu>

Scholarly help needed:
  I am looking for good examples of heritable, non-genetic factors that
influence phenotypic form.  I'm particularly interested in cases of
heteroplasmy (of which I have vague memories w.r.t. plants and
drosophila) that might be construed as a mechanism for generating
phenotypic variance parallel to that of sexual rearrangement of genomes -
but I'll accept just about any examples from biology.
Thanks in advance,
Kelly Smith

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