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Describing an allele that has more than one effect in an organism. For example, the allele that causes the erythrocytes to have a distorted form in sickle-cell anaemia also causes these blood cells to rupture easily, thereby inducing anaemia.

Subjects: Science and Mathematics — Medicine and Health.

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