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But a dysgenic factor in an animal is a dysgenic factor, and that is all there is to it.
If such were the case, the measures referred to, despite the euthenic considerations, must be classified as dysgenic.
These are undoubtedly abnormal conditions, and, taken as a general thing, they are dysgenic factors.
Yet this eugenic effect is not without a dysgenic after-effect.
It is an undesirable trait, but cannot be considered a dysgenic factor.