Transgenerational Epigenetics Inheritance

Transgenerational epigenetic inheritance is the transfer of information in organisms from parents to child that affects the characteristics of future generation without altering of the primary structure of DNA that is epigenetically. The term "epigenetic inheritance" may be used to describe information transfer in both the between cell and cell or organism and organism in organisms. Although in unicellular organisms these two levels of epigenetic inheritance are equivalent, they may have distinct mechanisms and evolutionary distinctions in multicellular organisms.

  • Deleterious effects
  • Putatively adaptive effects
  • Inheritance of epigenetic marks

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