phenotype

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n phenotype what an organism looks like as a consequence of the interaction of its genotype and the environment
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Usage

In literature:

Sufficient time probably has not elapsed to allow for formation of more distinctive phenotypic patterns.
"Speciation and Evolution of the Pygmy Mice, Genus Baiomys" by Robert L. Packard
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In news:

Studies Characterize Phenotype, Demonstrate Treatment Efficacy .
Antisense Oligos Reverse Huntington Disease Phenotype in Mice.
Distinct Lineage or Phenotypic Transition.
Expansion of an unstable DNA region and phenotypic variation in myotonic dystrophy .
Paternal Effects on Phenotype.
The greatest challenge may also be the most important: measuring complex human phenotypes , such as how a patient is experiencing a particular disease, or responding to a given treatment.
Moreover, the signatures were able to differentiate between phenotypic subsets of SLE, as well as between states of flare and remission.
The full study, "Obesity Phenotypes in Midlife and Cognition in Early Old Age," is published in the journal Neurology.
Medical recycling initiatives Complex airway disease: towards phenotype-specific management of severe disease.
Much of what we call "race" today is non-phenotypical.
Copy number variations comprise simple duplications to inversions, translocations, and trisomies, and are associated with phenotypes ranging from having no effect, enhanced features, to cancers and premature death.
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In science:

Figure 1: Plot of length and Cs s for the 36 unique phenotypes created during the run with SlicePow=0.96, and the HAVEGE entropy source.
The influence of parsimony and randomness on complexity growth in Tierra
Daniel John Lawson and Henrik Jeldtoft Jensen, Neutral evolution as diffusion in phenotype space: reproduction with mutation but without selection, Phys.
Randomness and Complexity in Networks
In our model of development the phenotype of the organism is represented as a 2-dimensional array of square-shaped cells, being each cell associated to a position on a grid.
Epigenetic Tracking, a Method to Generate Arbitrary Shapes By Using Evolutionary-Developmental Techniques
Thus, these authors conclude, the relation from genes to phenotype cannot be a representational one.
The transmission sense of information
With the parent sending variant messages to each offspring and natural selection acting on the phenotype, information can accumulate in the genome.
The transmission sense of information
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