Genetic-load meaning

The relative difference between the theoretically most fit genotype within a population and the average genotype.
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The aggregate of deleterious genes that are carried, mostly hidden, in the genomes of a population and may be transmitted to descendants.
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The relative difference between the theoretically most fit genotype within a population and the average genotype.
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The aggregate of deleterious genes that are carried, mostly hidden, in the genomes of a population and may be transmitted to descendants.
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The aggregate of deleterious genes that are carried, mostly hidden, in the genome of a population and may be transmitted to descendants. Inbreeding usually causes an increase in genetic load.
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