phenotype

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Biyokimya) soytür
fenotip

Biyolojide öğrenciler genotip ve fenotip arasındaki farkı öğrenirler. - In biology, the students learn the difference between the genotype and the phenotype.

{i} kalıtımla oluşan dış görünüş
phenotypic
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) fenotipik

Ailemdeki herkes genotipik ve fenotipik olarak karışık ırktır. - Everybody in my family is genotypically and phenotypically mixed-race.

phenotypic
(Biyokimya) soytürel
phenotypically
fenotipik
Türkisch - Türkisch
Kişinin kalıtsal yapısının dışa akseden görünümü, aynı tür fertlerini belirleyen, gözle görülebilen özelliklerin tümü
Englisch - Englisch
The appearance of an organism based on a multifactorial combination of genetic traits and environmental factors, especially used in pedigrees
Any observable characteristic of an organism, such as its morphological, developmental, biochemical or physiological properties, or its behavior
To evaluate or classify based on [[#Noun|phenotype]]
{i} all of an organism's attributes that are expressed externally (i.e. hair color, skin color, etc.)
visible characteristics and/or behavior that result from the interaction of an organism's genetic "blueprint" (genotype) and the environment
The observable characteristics of an organism, the expression of gene alleles (genotype) as an observable physical or biochemical trait See Genotype
A phenotype is the visible properties of an organism that are produced by the interaction of the genes and the environment
the observed traits of an organism, resulting from an interaction of its genotype and its environment - the characteristics of an organism that result from the interaction of its genetic constitution with the environment [CUB]
All the observable characteristics of an organism, such as shape, size, colour, and behaviour, that result from the interaction of its genotype (total genetic makeup) with the environment. The phenotype may change throughout the life of an individual because of environmental changes and the changes associated with aging. Different environments can influence the development of inherited traits (e.g., size is affected by available food supply) and can alter expression by similar genotypes (e.g., twins brought up in dissimilar families may mature differently). Furthermore, not all inherited possibilities in the genotype are expressed in the phenotype, because some are the result of inactive, recessive, or inhibited genes. See also variation
A set of observable physical characteristics of an individual organism A single characteristic can be referred to as a "trait," although a single trait is sometimes also called a phenotype For example, blond hair could be called a trait or a phenotype, as could obesity A phenotype can be the result of many factors, including an individual's genotype, environment, and lifestyle, and the interactions among these factors The observed manifestation of a genotype, a phenotype may be expressed physically, biochemically, or physiologically [Source: NHBLI/NCBI Glossary ]
an organism as observed by its visible characteristics, resulting from the interaction of its genotype with the environment
The observable characters of an organism due to genetic and environmental effects on development See genotype
The physical expression of the genotype; an organism’s physical characteristics
Observable characteristics of an organism produced by the organism's genotype interacting with the environment
Visible characteristics or traits of an organism, like a plant or an animal
The effect made on the organism by the genes that it carries Some genes (see genotype) may have no effect
The physical appearance of an individual that is a result of that individual's genotype and the interaction of the genotype with the environment during development Hence individuals with the same genotypes may have different phenotypes in different environments
what an organism looks like as a consequence of its genotype; two organisms with the same phenotype can have different genotypes
The organism-level traits and characters of a species or individual organism There are typically economically important, if they function in natural selection, but it is held by some that not all phenotypic traits are selectively biassed Phenotypic traits are the result of the expression of the genes of the organism Sometimes a trait is actually a 'norm of reaction', for it may be expressed in different ways in different environments (eg, height depending on diet)
The observable characteristics of an individual which result from expression of that organisms genes
the aggregate of all the observable characteristics of a cell or organism The phenotype results from the expression of a subset of a cell's genome
the observable characteristics (appearance) of a genotype The appearance results from the action of genotype with the environment
(adjective PHENOTYPIC): visible characteristics and/or behavior that result from the interaction of an organism's genetic "blueprint" (genotype) and the environment Phenotypic resistance testing determines whether an organism is susceptible to a specific drug in a test tube Contrast with genotype
the observable or detectable physical characteristics of an organism; the detectable expression of the genotype
The physical characteristics of an organism or the presence of a disease that may or may not be genetic See also: genotype
The form of the organism A result of the combined influences of the genotype and the environment on the self-organizing internal processes during development
The observable traits or characteristics of an organism, for example, hair color, weight, or the presence or absence of a disease 1 Polymorphism: A common variation in the sequence of DNA among individuals 1
The observable characteristics of an organism as opposed to the set of genes it possesses (its genotype) The phenotype that an organism manifests is a result of both genetic and environmental factors Therefore, organisms with the same genotype may display different phenotypes due to environmental factors Conversely, organisms with the same phenotypes may have different genotypes
The appearance of an organism based on a multifactorial combination of genetic traits and environmental factors, esp. used in pedigrees
The outward appearance of an organism which results from the interaction of both genetic and environmental effects For example, a plant with genes for tallness will actually be small if not given adequate water or heat
The characteristic of a species or individual of a species that is specific for this species and can be inherited from generation to generation Each phenotype is the result of a genotype, i e , the genetic information stored in DNA Most phenotypes are morphological, i e , they describe a particular structure, size, texture, or color of an organism or part of an organism Examples are the shape and arrangement of leaves of plants, or the legs, wings, and body segmentation of insects These morphological phenotypes are the bases of most taxonomic classification of an organism, i e , the organization of the evolutionary relationship among all life on Earth thought to originate from a single ancestral cell type Phenotypes can also be functional characteristics and can best be thought of as hereditary diseases or metabolic processes (photosynthesis, skin color pigmentation)
phenotypes
plural of phenotype
phenotypic
{s} pertaining to phenotype, pertaining to all of an organism's attributes that are expressed externally
phenotypic
of or relating to or constituting a phenotype; "phenotypical profile"
phenotypic
of, pr relating to a phenotype
phenotypically
with regard to the phenotype
phenotypically
by phenotype, via phenotype (pertaining to all of an organism's attributes that are expressed externally)
phenotype

    Silbentrennung

    phe·no·type

    Türkische aussprache

    finıtayp

    Aussprache

    /ˈfēnəˌtīp/ /ˈfiːnəˌtaɪp/

    Etymologie

    [ 'fE-n&-"tIp ] (noun.) circa 1911. pheno- + -type

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