Cytogenetics of cells in culture by Harris, Robert John Cecil

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It is possible that all unbalanced karyotypic changes have an effect on the probability of survival and proliferation, the vast majority doubt­ less being deleterious. The karyotypic structure of a cell population would then be the resultant of the operation of selective forces on the variability arising within it. Thus, mammalian cells offer a limited population genetics of their own, analogous to the population genetics of sexually reproducing orga­ nisms, though obviously less complex. The outstanding difference is the absence from sexual forms of the direct perpetuation of parental geno­ types characteristic of cell populations multiplying mitotically.

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