A group of organisms sharing a specific genetic constitution.
T he genetic make-up of an individual's cells. The genotype together with the biologic environment produce the phenotype, or the outward manifestations.
The genetic information for an organism that is carried on the chromosomes and extrachromosomally.
The particular set of genes carried by an individual organism.
an individual's genetic inheritance. (109)
the genetic consititution of an individual
The DNA code that controls the characteristics of an organism.
A pattern of genetic information that is unique to a group of organisms or viruses. Six major genotypes of HCV are found in the United States; these are numbered 1 through 6. Of these, genotype 1 is the most common in the United States and is also the most difficult to treat. Doctors may determine the genotype of hepatitis C to help decide the best treatment.
Collection of genetic material in an organism that gives rise to its characteristics.
entire genetic contribution of an individual
The genetic composition of an organism (including expressed and nonexpressed genes), which may not be readily apparent.
actual genetic information(both expressed and not expressed) present for a particular trait.
the genetic make-up of a cat, as distinct from the outward appearance (see also phenotype).
The genetic composition of an organism or a group of organisms; a group or class of organisms having the same genetic constitution.
the gene composition of a living organism.
The constitution of an animal as described by its genes rather than its appearance.
The genetic blueprint of an organism which may or may not be overtly expressed by its phenotype. See also phenotype.
The genetic composition of an organism: the information contained in the GENOME.
The genetic constitution determined at the moment of conception. go to glossary index
genetic composition of the organism.
The internally coded "blueprint" of an organism, held within the DNA. This genetic code details the characteristics of the plants as they develop and grow. Differs from phenotype in that it codes for internal rather than external factors.
the total set of genes present in the cells of an organism. Also, refers to a set of alleles at a single gene locus.
The hereditary makeup of a plant (or cultivar) which determines its inheritance).
The genetic constitution of a living thing.
The genetic composition of a person. Usually used when considering one gene or chromosome (e.g., males have a XY genotype, females have a XX).
Your genetic potential when born. Physically and psychologically. Someone may be born with the physical genotype to play football for his or her country. Someone may be born with a genetic potential to develop depression. Whether they do so depends on environment. See phenotype.
The specific allelic constitution of an organism including alleles not expressed at the phenotypic level. Often, the allelic composition of one or few genes under investigation.
A specific combination of genes that determines a character.
The actual alleles present in an individual.
The genes present in a particular organism or cell.
The entire set of specific alleles present in an organism or cell: the genetic information that (together with the environment) defines the phenotype. Often refers only to the alleles controlling a particular trait of interest.
The total genetic characteristics of a cell. The genetic material inherited from parents; not all of it is necessarily expressed in the individual.
describes the specific alleles or combination of alleles in a person's genome.
Term referring to one's genetic make-up.
Genetic expression of an organism. A pair of genes at a locus on a chromosome. Contrast with phenotype.
The inherit genetic code of an organism for a specific trait.
All the genetic characteristics that determine the structure and functioning of an organism.
The whole genetic information contained in chromosomes.
the sequence of the genetic information encoding the protein responsible for the phenotype.
for most of the viruses in this archive the "genotype" is defined indirectly by the antigenic phenotype of the virus - the HA and NA proteins. Where further information is available - either by identification directly or indirectly of the genes for the internal or M1 proteins - it is specifically given, or the method of genotyping, e.g., PAGE, is given. - high yield HA mutants specifically of contemporary swine H1N1 influenza viruses related to single base changes in the HA gene.
the particular sequence of nucleotides in the genes of an organism
(not nomenclatural) a circumscribed gene pool.
An organism’s genetic information, considered as a whole.
the hereditary potential of an organism forms the genotype;it is a theoretical unit because the physical unit that exists (the phenotype) is the result of the interaction of the genotype and the environment. a single strain or species on which a genus is founded. This usage (by nomenclators) is one to be avoided.
The type of RNA in a biological sample as described by the DNA sequence, e.g. using Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) or microsatellite markers.
Organism's genetic composition, see also Phenotype
An individual’s genetic complement, which determines the individual’s phenotype.
Usually considered the sum of all possible genetic input the animal is holding. This is the "internally coded, inheritable information" carried by all living organisms. This stored information is used as a "blueprint" or set of instructions for building and maintaining a living creature. These instructions are found within almost all cells and are copied at the time of cell division or reproduction and are passed ("inherited") from one generation to the next.
The entire genetic identity of an individual, including alleles, or gene forms, that do not show as outward c haracteristics.
The "type" of gene or genetic marker an individual has at a specific location in his or her genome. A genotype consists of 2 alleles since chromosomes come in pairs. However, a genotype on either of the male sex chromosomes (X or Y) consists of a single allele.
The type of genes in an individual.
the particular alleles at specified loci present in an organism
a classification of a virus based on the genetic material in the RNA strands of the virus
a description of the alleles that represent an individual's genes
an encoding of the characteristics of an individual
an individual's genetic make-up
a numerical description of individual fish in genetic language
a segment of DNA that codes for a specific protein
a triple of a marker name (string), an individual id (string or int), and set of alleles (array of string)
The characteristics a person inherits and will pass on to his/her descendants.
Genetic information for an individual (vs. "phenotype," which corresponds to the clinical characteristics ). Genotype is the information about the gene form itself.
The constitution of the cell or DNA
The genetic make-up of a person.
The full set of genes carried by an individual, whether expressed or silent alleles. Similar to genome. Compare to phenotype. What makes living matter so different from other self-organizing systems is that a cell has an information center, the genes, concerned with orchestrating the many different processes going on within the cell, and in such a manner that copies of the cell tend to survive.
all the genes of an organism that allow expression of genetic potential. However, the genotype may not always be expressed in the physical appearance (phenotype).
Genetic constitution of a cell or individual.
The entire genetic constitution of the individual alpaca.
the particular set of genes found within an organism.
The sum total of the genetic information of an organism including the linkage relationships between genes. The genotype, modified by environment, determines the phenotype.
The set of genes of an individual.
The combination of genes that make up an organism. This has no form itself but directs the creation of the phenotype following the interaction of system, dynamics and environment. Usually regarded as comprising a number of alleles or bits (systems having two states, 0 or 1, off or on).
is the genetic constitution of a hereditary trait. (see also phenotype)
The genetic identity of an individual. Genotype often is evident by outward characteristics.
The specific genetic variants at one or more locus of an individual. Typically, the two chromosomal copies of a polymorphic site. For instance, A/A or A/G or G/G. Can also be used as a verb, meaning the determination of such genotype(s). HAP® Database The compilation of annotated data on the identity, frequency and distribution of SNPs, SNP alleles, and HAP(tm) Markers generated by examining genomic DNA from Genaissance's Index Repository.
the genetic identify of an individual as distinguished from its physical appearance. The sum total of the genetic information contained in an individual both as expressed characteristics and characteristics which are not expressed. contrast with phenotype.
The genetic identity or an individual that does not show ash outward characteristics.
different genotypes of the one virus are similar enough to be regarded as the same type, but have some minor differences in their genetic composition. These differences may mean the various genotypes react differently to our immune response or to drug treatments and natural therapies.
The precise variant(s) of the gene(s) carried by an individual.
The gene constitution of an individual (compare to phenotype, which is the observed characteristic into which a gene is translated).
The complex of genes within an individual. Inappropriate combinations may result in disease expression.
An individual's combination of genes. Note that genes do not directly determine your body or behavior. Phenotype is a result of the interaction of genotype and environment.
An individual's unique assortment of genes inherited from both parents. The various genes that interact to determine a dog's coat color is an example of genotype. ypothyroidism: deficient activity of the thyroid gland; also, a resultant bodily condition characterized by lowered metabolic rate and general loss of vigor.
The actual genes carried by the individual, not necessarily what is expressed. (as opposed to phenotype)
An individual's unique assortment of genes inherited from both parents. It is characterized by a marker or a banding pattern at a particular locus.
Genetic information that does not show outward characteristics.
The total hereditary information present in an individual. Also, genotype can refer to the specific genes that produce a certain characteristic, for example, eye color, or protein such as Alpha-1.
All the allele values for a specified set of DNA markers. Note that mtDNA and Y-DNA genotypes are generally called haplotypes.
A term used to describe the specific genetic structure of hepatitis C. The ten identified genotypes are believed to be closely related in their genetic make-up, but differ sufficiently such that each genotype results in a different immune response and response to treatment.
The composition of alleles of an organism, usually for a few specific genes that are being studied. For example: "A person whose phenotype is type A blood can have a genotype of AA or AO." See phenotype.
The unique collection of genes (or gene alleles) present within an organism.
The specific genetic constitution of an individual
A description of the genetic composition of an individual, including the alleles that do not show as outward characteristics.
specific sequence of nucleotides that determines the genes of HIV-1
The actual alleles present in the individual (the gene type)
(1) The alleles that an individual possesses at a gene locus. One of these alleles is inherited from the mother, the other from the father. (2) An individual's entire array of single locus genotypes.
Genetic constitution of an organism.
The genetic composition of a cat, whether or not expressed in the physical appearance.
The genetic information of an organism, in contrast to phenotype, the actual organism developing in accordance with the genotype.
A unique set of genetic information that codes for and determines specific characteristics about an organism. There are 6 known major genotypes of the hepatitis C virus, some of which are more prevalent in specific parts of the world.
Specific set of genes carried by an individual cell or organism.
The specific combination of genes of an individual.
A person's genetic make-up is their genotype.
n. (Gr. genos, race; type) the genetic constitution of an individual.
the genetic composition of an individual. Compare phenotype.
An individuals hereditary makeup as distinguished from the actualization of the genes
Genetic make-up of an individual or group. Cf. Phenotype.
genetic variation in the structure of HCV, resulting in six major genotypes, designated by the numbers 1 through 6. There are also many subtypes, e.g., 1a, 1b, 2a, etc. In the U.S., genotype 1 is predominant (approximately 70-75% of patients).
The genetic composition of an organism. In human karyotyping, the genotype is designated 46, XX for normal females and 46, XY for normal males. (46 refers to the total number of chromosomes: one pair of each chromosome numbers 1 through 22 plus a pair of sex chromosomes, X and Y).
the structure of DNA that determines the expression of a trait. (See also Phenotype.)
JEAN-o-type Genetic constitution of an individual. 265
genetic profile indicating the particular characteristics of the genome of an organism
The individual DNA sequence of a cell or an organism.
all the traits, dominant and recessive, that an organism inherits. This is different from the phenotype, or acquired observable traits.
The genetic constitution of the individual; the characterization of the genes.
An organism's entire genetic compostion; the complete set of genes, both dominant and recessive.
The allelic composition of an individual. Usually a literal listing of the alleles.
genetic information for an individual or organism.
The hereditary constitution of an individual organization.
The set of alleles that an individual possesses.
(jean´ oh type) [Gr. gen: to produce + typos: impression] • An exact description of the genetic constitution of an individual, either with respect to a single trait or with respect to a larger set of traits. (Contrast with phenotype.)
the gene type of an organism; the alleles of a certain characteristic: TT, Tt, tt.
Actual genetic information carried by an individual, both expressed and not expressed, as distinct from that which is observable or expressed.
An individual's genotype is their entire genetic constitution, as distinguished from their physical characteristics. See also phenotype.
An individual's unobservable, genetic constitution; the totality of genes possessed by an individual. Compare phenotype.
the total complement of hereditary factors (genes) acquired by an organism from its parents and available for transmission to its offspring. cf. phenotype.
The genetic or hereditary constitution of an individual.
the actual genes carried by an individual (as distinct from phenotype; that is, the physical characteristics into which genes are translated).
the genetic make-up of a plant.
the genes carried by an animal (e.g., black/red); to be contrasted with the phenotype, the appearance of an animal (e.g., a black/red genotype in Dexters has the phenotype of red).
The genetic make-up of an individual.
The structure of DNA that determines the expression of a trait. Strictly, all of the genes possessed by an individual. In practice, the particular alleles present in a specific genetic locus.
Refers to species. All or part of the genetic constitution of an individual group.
the genetic constitution of an individual (in this case, the hepatitis C virus).
The type species of a genus. The genetic constitution of an individual or group. The totality of genes possessed by an individual or group.
The genetically inherited characteristics and potential of the rabbit stock.
A pattern of genetic information that is unique to an individual or group. The hepatitis B virus has a pattern of genetic information unique to itself. Doctors may determine the genotype to help decide the best treatment. Currently, there are seven known genotypes for hepatitis B; however, its significance is not well established for clinical use. Hepatitis C treatment can be based on genotype.
Entirety of genetic features
The sum total of the genes of an organism, latent or expressed or the genetic identity of an individual.
the particular genetic pattern seen in the DNAof an individual. "Genotype" is usually used to refer to the particular pair of alleles that an individual possesses at a certain location in the genome.
the genetic make up of an organism.
The genetic constitution of an individual, usually at a particular locus. See also Phenotype.
Sum total of an individual's genetic information.
For any one animal, the set of alleles present at one or more loci under investigation. At any one autosomal locus, a genotype will be either homozygous (with two identical alleles) or heterozygous (with two different alleles).
The genetic make-up of a hamster.
The genetic constitution of an individual, as contrasted with its visible characteristics.
fundamental constitution in terms of hereditary factors.
The allelic composition of an individual for one or more genes.
A version of the genome. Genotypes differ not in the overall set of genes and their localization in the genome, but in that they contain different versions of homologous genes.
The genetic identity of an individual that does not show as outward characteristics.
An individual hereditary constitution derived from its parents and forming a unique combination of genes; sometimes referring to trees having similar genetic constitutions with regard to certain common, identifiable, genetic characteristics, expressed in distinctive features.
The entire genetic constitution of an individual.
The genetic constitution of an animal, as distinguished from its phenotype.
All the genes of a beastie equal the genotype of the beastie. (Genes an organism possesses)
a complete set of genes possessed by an individual
the hereditary constitution of an organism.
the genetic constitution of an individual or group. In taxonomy, the genotype is the type species of a genus
All of the genes possessed by an individual; in practice it refers to the particular alleles present at the loci in question.
the total of all genetic information contained in an organism.
The unique combination of alleles found in an individual's genome.
The genetic constitution of an individual, the genetic information possessed by the genome.
The genetic constitution of an individual in contrast to its appearance (phenotype).
A pattern of genetic information that is present in related organisms. Hepatitis viruses vary by type (A, B, C, etc) and each type has a number of genotypes (1, 2, 3, 4). Doctors may determine the genotype to help decide the best treatment.
The genetic composition of a cat. All individuals of the same genotype breed alike. See PHENOTYPE.
The actual alleles present at a given gene locus. Example: individuals who have type AB blood have the genotype AB, a person who has type A blood could have the Genotype AA or AO.
The types of the genes of an organism.
The actual genetic code for a trait
genetic information or the genetic code that determines a specific genetic trait (e.g., the color of your eyes or hair). In HIV, if the virus has normal genetic information, it will most likely be sensitive to antiviral medications. If the virus has mutated genetic information, it may be resistant to an antiviral medication.
the combination of alleles found in a particular organism.
The genetic constitution of an individual or a cell (of phenotype) proteins with sugar (carbohydrate) groups attached, often involved in recognition or signalling mechanisms.
The set of genes possessed by an individual organism.
The genetic determinants of a specific phenotype.
The particular combination of genes in an organism.
The specific allelic composition of a cell either of the entire cell or, more commonly, for a certain gene or a set of genes.
In genetics, the characteristics that an individual has inherited and will transmit to his or her descendants, whether or not the individual manifests these characteristics. See also phenotype.
Total genetic endowment inherited by an individual.