A single gene capable of influencing multiple phenotypes within a single organism is said to be

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Pleiotrophy - a single gene mutation that affects multiple and seemingly unconnected properties of an organism. -from Sanders and Bowman's "Genetic an integrated approach analysis."
answered Oct 7, 2013 by iPost ~Expert~ (1,508 points)