A multifactorial disorder _____
a) has a collection of symptoms traceable to an epistatic gene.
b) has both genetic and environmental causes.
"Multifactorial disorder" are the diseases are caused by the lifestyle factors or environmental factors or many other factors during the given period.These diseases are not caused by the single factor,but it is affected by the combination multiple genes .
Answer and Explanation:
A multifactorial disorder (a) has a collection of symptoms traceable to an epistatic gene.
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from Biology 101: Intro to BiologyChapter 18 / Lesson 9