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Neurofibromatosis pedigree

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Neurofibromatosis pedigree. Many of the traits studied at the ERO have little genetic basis. Charles Davenport did effectively described neurofibromatosis, a genetic disorder, in 1918. (DNAi location: Chronicle > Threat of the Unfit > The fit and unfit)
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charles davenport,genetic disorder,genetic basis,pedigree,1918
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