uniparental inheritance

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A phenomenon in which all offspring of a given mating seem to have received certain phenotypes from only one of the parents (usually the female) regardless of the genotype or phenotype of the other parent; such inheritance is usually the result of macromolecules or organelles stored in the cytoplasm. See holandric.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.

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