Position-effect



noun, Genetics.
1.
the alteration in the expression of a gene or genetic region due to its relocation within the genome as a result of inversion or translocation.
noun
1.
the effect on the phenotype of interacting genes when their relative positions on the chromosome are altered, as by inversion

position effect n.
Variation in the expression of a gene that results from changes in the gene’s position along a chromosome.

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