classical genetics question

Rcjohnsen rcjohnsen at aol.com
Sun Jul 6 04:00:55 EST 1997

I should think a father and son are more genetically related than two
brothers.  The son shares half his genetic material with his father.  The
same is true for the brother but brother two may share parts of the
fathers genome that brother one doesn't have.  And don't for the process
of crossing over.  That tends to make everyone genetically unique
Rcjohnsen at aol.com

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