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  • noun genetics, biochemistry Either form of an enzyme specified by an allelic gene

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Examples

  • Clonal diversity and allozyme variation in populations of the arctic sedge Carex bigelowii (Cyperaceae).

    Genetic responses of arctic species to changes in climate and ultraviolet-B radiation levels

  • Clonal diversity and allozyme variation in populations of the arctic sedge Carex bigelowii (Cyperaceae).

    Genetic responses of arctic species to changes in climate and ultraviolet-B radiation levels

  • The low allozyme and haplotype diversity of North American L. littorea is characteristic of a recent past 200–1,000 years introduction...

    A friend went to Bar Harbor and all I got was Littorina littorea

  • In fact domestic dogs and wolves are (based on allozyme electrophoresis) further apart genetically than are leopards and jaguars, and (based on DNA hybridization) further apart than some bear species (Wayne et al. 1991).

    Controversial origins of the domestic dog

  • The low allozyme and haplotype diversity of North American L. littorea is characteristic of a recent past 200–1,000 years introduction...

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • In fact domestic dogs and wolves are (based on allozyme electrophoresis) further apart genetically than are leopards and jaguars, and (based on DNA hybridization) further apart than some bear species (Wayne et al. 1991).

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Evolution of the bisexual species of Caucasian rock lizards: A phylogenetic evaluation of allozyme data.

    Biological diversity in the Caucasus

  • Evolutionary relationships among hares from north Africa (Lepus sp. or Lepus spp.), cape hares (L. capensis) from South Africa, and brown hares (L. europaeus), as inferred from mtDNA PCR-RFLP and allozyme data.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • This magnificent enterprise has charted our species' path out of Africa using successive generations of markers: blood type, allozyme, mitochondrial DNA, the Y chromosome, and nuclear single nucleotide polymorphisms SNPs.

    "On Human Diversity"

  • This magnificent enterprise has charted our species' path out of Africa using successive generations of markers: blood type, allozyme, mitochondrial DNA, the Y chromosome, and nuclear single nucleotide polymorphisms SNPs.

    Archive 2005-10-23

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