4 edition of Phenotypic Variation in Populations:Relevance to Risk Assessment (Basic Life Sciences) found in the catalog.
Phenotypic Variation in Populations:Relevance to Risk Assessment (Basic Life Sciences)
February 1, 1988 by Springer .
Written in English
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Basic Life Sci. ; Phenotypic variation in populations. Relevance to risk assessment. Proceedings of a symposium. December, Upton, New York. phenotypic variation in populations: relevance to risk assessment / woodhead, avril d.
ras95 ra. PHENYLBUTAZONE (CAS NO. ) / NATIONAL TOXICOLOGY PROGRAM. The human race has enormous he terogenei ty, founded on genetic and environmental sources. Variability, therefore, is a vital dimension in any consideration of human risk assessment.
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D., Bender, M. & Leonard, R. C.) (Plenum, New York, Cited by: Copy number variation (CNV) of DNA sequences is functionally significant but has yet to be fully ascertained.
We have constructed a first-generation CNV map of Cited by: Susceptibility to environmental pollutants involves both biological and nonbiobgical factors.
Individuals belonging to minority groups are much more likely to be subject to a number of these factor Cited by: Phenotypic ratio is the number of one phenotype compared to another phenotype. Mouse Phenotypes In this picture the phenotypic ratio of white mice to brown mice is.