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Name: Ethel S.
Status: Educator
Age: 40s
Location: N/A
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Date: March 2004


Question:
How do you explain red hair color and what are the genotypes that represent it?



Replies:
Dear Ethel:

Please see the following answer by Marc Greener to the similar, MadSci Evolution Network question, "Where and why did red hair originate":

http://www.madsci.org/posts/archives/sep99/937441788.Ev.r.html

Thanks,

Jeff Buzby, Ph.D.
CHOC Research Institute
NEWTON AAS
Div. of Educational Programs
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