By Kenji Ikehara
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Therefore, inbreeding increases the amount of homozygosity and, consequently, recessive alleles hidden by heterozygosity with dominant alleles will be expressed through inbreeding. On this basis, it is expected that recessive traits such as many human genetic disorders will occur with increased frequency in the progeny of consanguineous couples. In addition, since many recessive alleles present in natural populations have harmful effects on the organism, inbreeding usually leads to a decrease in size, vigor and reproductive fitness.
In Europe, some migrant populations maintain their traditions while living abroad. 0377. Pakistani community in Norway also has high incidence of consanguineous unions since 31% of their marriages are consanguineous. In the Unites States, where first cousin marriages are criminal offence in eight states and illegal in a further 31 states, exceptions have been incorporated to permit uncle-niece marriage within the Jewish community of Rhode Island. 0% of their matrimonies being between relatives.
Child mortality was clearly higher for those families whose progeny had high inbreeding coefficient (Figure 4). 1255. 0%) among the 25 Darwin/Wedgwood families investigated. Of the three Darwin´s children that died before adulthood (Anne Elizabeth, Mary Eleanor and Charles Waring), the cause of death is known for two of them. Anne Elizabeth (1841-1851), Darwin´s second child and first daughter, probably died of child tuberculosis and Charles Waring (1856-1859), the last Darwin´s child, died of scarlet fever.
Advances in the Study of Genetic Disorders by Kenji Ikehara