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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dimple

A dimple is a small natural indentation in the flesh on a part of the human body, most notably in the cheek or on the chin. Contents. [hide]. 1 Characteristics; 2 Anatomy; 3 See also; 4 References; 5 External links. Characteristics[edit]. Cheek dimples when present, show up when a person makes a facial ... Jump up ^ McDonald, J.H. "Myths of Human Genetics".

www.brighthub.com/science/genetics/articles/13998.aspx

Mar 6, 2017 ... Dimples is the word given to any natural indentation or dent on the body, but usually refers to the face. They are most commonly visible when ...

www.genetic.com.au/genetic-traits-dimples.html

The truth is that dimples are actually genetic defects that are caused by shortened facial muscles. ... A single dimple on one cheek is a rare phenomenon.

udel.edu/~mcdonald/mythdimples.html

Dec 8, 2011 ... Whether you have dimples in your cheeks is NOT determined by a single gene; this page reviews the evidence.

www.bustle.com/articles/84021-why-do-people-have-dimples-the-reason-some-smiles-are-so-darn-cute-explained

May 18, 2015 ... But cheek dimples are a little more complicated. ... It's generally agreed that dimples are genetic — but there's an argument about the details.

genetics.thetech.org/ask/ask47

Sep 3, 2004 ... Hello, I am trying to understand more about the gene that is responsible for cheek dimples and chin dimples. I understand how a set of parents ...

blogs.babycenter.com/mom_stories/06192015did-you-know-dimples-are-a-genetic-defect

Jun 20, 2015 ... One of the first things you may notice about my daughter are her cute dimples. The small indentations that appear on her cheeks when she ...

education.seattlepi.com/genotype-dimples-4182.html

It's that indent on the cheeks when a person smiles. They're called dimples, and whether you will have them boils down to the genetic material you receive from ...

sites.uni.edu/walsh/genetics.html

Mendelian Genetics. Mendel studied ... Dimples: Dimples (dominant trait) vs. ... If a person has only one dimple, they should be counted as having dimples.

learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/basics/observable

Dimples are small, natural indentations on the cheeks. They can appear on one or both sides, and they often change with age. Some people are born with ...