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30, 1-18. Holdenried, Robert, 1940, A population study of the long-eared chipmunk (Eulamias qwdrimaoulatus) in the central Sierra Nevada. J . Mammal. 21, 405-411. Hooper, E. , 1942, A n effect on the Peromyscus maniculatus rassenkreis of land utilization in Michigan. J. Mammal. 23, 193-196. Howard, H. Eliot, 1920, Territory i n bird life. John Murray, London. 308 pp. , 1949, Dispersal, amount of inbreeding, a n d longevity i n a local population of prairie deermice on the George Reserve, southern Michigan.

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An important consequence automatically arises from the fact that in polymorphism we frequently have the situation, not otherwise encountered, that heterozygotes may be common and the species adjusted to their occurrence, while one of the corresponding homozygotes is a rarity which does not play an essential part in maintaining the balance of variation. Genetic research in many different organisms has clearly shown that one of the most frequent types of mutation is the recessive lethal. Yet here is a situation in which such lethals can accumulate in a region of chromatin close to the semi-dominant gene, since this will, to a preponderant extent, be present in the heterozygous condition.

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