243: How long does it take environment to change gene expression, epigenetics, and genetics?
Masterjohn Q&A Files Episode 243
Question: How long does it take environment to change gene expression, epigenetics, and genetics?
Well, generally speaking, environment mediates, I mean, it depends what you mean by environment mediating, right? So environment mediates changes in gene expression through epigenetics, but gene expression is not SNPs. SNPs are produced through mutations in the heritable genome, and then by environment changing, do you mean the production of the mutation that is the SNP for the first time? Or do you mean the change in the proportion of the population?
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