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On 10 of 14 such measures C57BL/6 mice were found to differ significantly from DBA/2 mice. McGill then tested F ! (C57 X DBA) hybrids. He found that the hybrids resembled one or the other inbred parent on some measures; that their score fell midway b e t w e e n the parental scores on others; and that they scored outside the range bracketed in by the parental scores on still other measures. Obviously various components of the mating pattern of mice are determined by different sets of genes. What interests us here is the fact that even sexual behavior which, for reasons given above, ought not to be heritable, displays a surprisingly high degree of genetic variation.
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