stable equilibrium

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An equilibrium state of alleles at a genetic locus to which the population returns following temporary disturbances of the equilibrium frequencies. For example, a locus with overdominance should form a stable equilibrium as long as selection favoring heterozygotes remains constant.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics — Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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