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genic selection

A type of natural selection which acts upon individual genes and alleles within an organism's genome. Genic selection occurs whenever a gene or allele reproduces at a rate different from the organism which carries it, for example if an allele is transmitted to more than 50% of the gametes of a heterozygous individual (called "segregation distortion" or "meiotic drive").

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