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Problem: Both genetic and environmental factors contribute to variation in phenotypes of individuals within a population. Match the appropriate definition with each of the terms that relate to phenotypic variance.

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Variance Components of a Quantitative Trait:

VP = VG + VE + VGE


where: VP = phenotypic variation of the segregating population
VG = genetic variation
VE = environmental variation
VGE = variation associated with the genetic and environmental factor interactions

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Both genetic and environmental factors contribute to variation in phenotypes of individuals within a population. Match the appropriate definition with each of the terms that relate to phenotypic variance.


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