the characteristics shown in an individual of the genetic traits it inherited; also that which is shown as a result of environment and genes.
sex determination Sex determination by non-genetic means.
The observable physical or biochemical characteristics of an organism, as determined by both genetic makeup and environmental influences.
of or relating to or constituting a phenotype; "phenotypical profile"
Characteristics of an organism displayed regardless of genotype
Of, relating to, or constituting a detectable expression of the interaction of genotype and the environment; the visible expression of genotype.
the appearance or other characteristics of an organism, resulting from the interaction of its genetic constitution with the environment
Derived from phenotype, which means the visible or otherwise measurable physical or biochemical characteristics of an organism.
Assay A test that measures the sensitivity of HIV to specific antiretroviral drugs. It is considered more of a direct measure of HIV drug resistance than genotypic tests. See also Genotypic Assay.
Referring to the physical make-up of an individual, or the expression of a particular trait, such as skin color, that may vary between individuals of similar genetic make-up. See also: genotype
Refers to a plant's adaption to surrounding conditions, which are neither stable nor capable of being inherited (genotypic). Such visible changes occur especially where plants are grown in a wide variety of conditions, but will not carry over to different conditions, e.g., red leaves may occur in hot dry areas, but turn green when grown in normal conditions.