Medical Dictionary

repulsion

noun re·pul·sion \ri-ˈpəl-shən\

Definition of REPULSION

:  the tendency of some linked genetic characters to be inherited separately because a dominant allele for each character occurs on the same chromosome as a recessive allele of the other—compare coupling 2
March 27, 2015
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