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1. Pleiotropic
A gene exhibiting pleiotropy, i.e., refers to a single gene that affects a range of observable characteristics in an organism.

2. Pleiotropic
A term describing a genotype with multiple phenotypic effects. For example: sickle-cell anemia produces a multitude of consequences in those it affects, such as heart disease, jidney problem, etc.

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