Epigenetic Variation
Refers to the (non-hereditary) genetic variation arising via epigenetic changes. For example, studies of identical human twins have shown that over a lifetime, their different post-birth epigenetic changes result in increasing epigenetic variation (between the two twins) with age.
DNA Methylation ,   Epigenetic ,   Paramutation ,   Nucleolar Dominance

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