Heritable phenotypic differences caused by epigenetic modifications, rather than DNA sequence mutations, pose a challenge to our understanding of natural. Epialleles can lead to variations at the phenotypic and molecular levels, epigenetic variations might be involved in plant adaptive evolution. In plants, silent epialleles segregating in Mendelian fashion can be stably inherited over many .. () Isolating mechanisms, evolution and temperature.
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