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    Bhanu, V., and K.C. Malhotra. 1972. A population genetic study of cleft chin in
    India. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 37: 367-372.


    I am looking for a population survey, that determines if the allele responsible for a cleft chin is dominant or recessive. I see the above journal had undertaken a survey of 900 Indian people, but i am having trouble finding this journal.

    Does anybody have a specific scientific survey or journal on hand i could cite, showing the dominant characteristics in a population?

    Would appreciate some help, thank you.
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