Definition of Phenotypes

1. Noun. (plural of phenotype) ¹



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Definition of Phenotypes

1. phenotype [n] - See also: phenotype

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phenotypes

phenoniums
phenoperidine
phenophosphazine
phenophosphazines
phenophosphazinine
phenophosphazinines
phenoplast
phenoplasts
phenose
phenothiazine
phenothiazine sulfoxidase
phenothiazines
phenothrin
phenotype
phenotyped
phenotypes (current term)
phenotypic
phenotypic lag
phenotypic plasticity
phenotypic threshold
phenotypic value
phenotypical
phenotypically
phenotyping
phenoxaphosphine
phenoxaphosphines
phenoxaphosphinine
phenoxaphosphinines
phenoxathiine
phenoxathiines

Literary usage of Phenotypes

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1. Genetics; an Introduction to the Study of Heredity by Herbert Eugene Walter (1922)
"These fall into four phenotypes, nine black (BEY), three black-eyed yellow (BeY), ... E. RABBIT phenotypes Perhaps no better application of the factor ..."

2. Microbial and Phenotypic Definition of Rats and Mice: Proceedings of the by National Research Council Staff, ebrary, Inc, National Research Council, International Committee, Commission on Life Sciences, National Academy of Sciences (1999)
"... Genetic Background and phenotypes in Animal Models of Human Diseases Kazuo Moriwaki Vice President, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies ..."

3. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (1903)
"STABLE ENZYME phenotypes IN TUMOR LINES terminology: homozygotes are 1, 2, A, B, or C, where the same allele occurs at the same locus on homologous ..."

4. Transposable Elements in Plants: Sponsored CRIS/ICAR Projects and Bibliography by Andrew Kalinski (1995)
"The two sectoring phenotypes cosegregated with different single, non-rearranged Acs, and loss of these Acs from the genome corresponded to the loss of ..."

5. Ending the War Metaphor: The Changing Agenda for Unraveling the Host-Microbe by Forum on Microbial Threats, Institute of Medicine (U.S.) (2006)
"... resistance susceptibility resistance at cellular level " i cells die to prevent pathogen spread FIGURE 2-4 phenotypes of bacterial disease resistance. ..."

6. Statistical Inference from Genetic Data on Pedigrees by Elizabeth A. Thompson (2000)
"Chapter Genes, Pedigrees and Genetic Models DNA, alleles, loci, genotypes, and phenotypes The DNA in the nuclei of cells of an individual consists of about ..."

7. Law and Justice Statistics, Proceedings of the Third Workshop by George G. Woodworth (1985)
"Data are given concerning six phenotypes observed in a bloodstain and in a missing person's parents; they are displayed in Table 2. TABLE 2. ..."

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