additivity
The quality or state of being additive.
- causal a. the relationship between two or more causal components such that their combined effect is the algebraic sum of their individual effects.
- interlocal a. the relationship among quantitative effects of different genetic loci such that their joint effect is equal to the sum of their individual effects; an absence of epistasis or interaction.
- intralocal a. the relationship between alleles such that the quantifiable phenotype of the heterozygote is at the midpoint between those for the two homozygotes; an absence of dominance.

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