A distinguishing or marked feature; a peculiarity; as, a trait of character.
a relatively enduring characteristic of an individual's behaviour. Examples: being a good listener; having a sense of urgency.
any discrete cultural element; or, one aspect of the phenotype.
Enduring and unchanging characteristics
a relatively enduring, cross-situationally consistent personality characteristic that is inferred from a person's behavior. (453)
a genetic feature or characteristic, such as hair color or blood type, that may be passed on from one generation to the next.
The same as "character"; refers to any detectable phenotypic property of an organism.
Any observable feature or characteristic of an organism.
1. a characteristic which is determined by genetics. 2. in genetics, it usually describes a condition, where an individual carries an abnormal gene, but has no symptoms, e.g. sickle cell trait.
A genetically determined characteristic or condition.
an inherited characteristic or condition.
A distinguishing quality or character of a plant.
From a biological point of view a trait is a genetic or physical characteristic that a species has. A trait can also refer to a personality characteristic in psychology.
The physical or metabolic phenotype of an organism such as red flower color and length of stem in plants and black fur or pink eye in mice. See also phenotype and genotype.
Relatively stable, enduring predispositions. Reference: A2
Any detectable phenotypic property of an organism; a characteristic.
Ways of looking or being. Traits that are genetic are passed down through the genes from parents to their children
Any physical or behavioral characteristic or talent that an individual is born with.
A somatic characteristic or an enduring psychological predisposition to respond in a particular way, distinguishing one individual from another.
Generally, any enduring characteristic of a person that can serve an explanatory role of accounting for the observed regularities and consistencies in behaviour.
any physical characteristic of an organism: size, color, life-span. The blue curve represents the frequency (vertical axis) of a range of traits (horizontal axis) in a population.
Any distinguishable, relatively enduring way in which one individual varies from another; contrast with state, 13-14
a distinguishing feature of your personal nature
a characteristic of a product of relevance to the user
a characteristic such as height, seed shape, seed color, the ability to digest milk, two eyes, etc
a characteristic which tells you how you will react to new situations or new experiences
a dynamic trend of behavior which results front the integration of numerous specific habits of adjustment, and which expresses a characteristic mode of the individual's reaction to his surroundings
an internal characteristic that corresponds to an extreme position on a behavioural dimension
an unchangeable characteristic influenced predominantly by genes, not by environment
a particular characteristic, quality, or tendency that someone or something has
a specific characteristic that varies from one individual to another
a visitor characteristic that you want to get profile data about, like the visitor's favorite sport or type of music
A genetically inherited feature of an organism. See phenotype.
a characteristic that distinguishes one plant or animal from another; for example, white versus yellow corn.
A characteristic of an organism.
A physical characteristic such as size, shape, taste, colour, disease resistance.
Any gene-determined characteristic.
An important characteristic of a crop that is determined by a specific gene or set of genes.
An inherent physical or mental characteristic; a distinguishing quality; a peculiarity.
A characteristic inherited from ancestors.
phenotypic attribute that includes both external or physiological characteristics of an organism as determined by its inherited genes, by genetic modification, or as modified by its environment.
Any observable or measurable characteristic of an individual.
A feature that is genetically controlled.
In genetics, a trait refers to any genetically determined characteristic. In technical terms, a genetic trait is amenable to segregation analysis rather than quantitative analysis. See the entire definition of Trait
any genetically determined characteristic. See dominant, gene, recessive.
a distinguishing characteristic
An inherited characteristic which is found in the phenotype (the physical appearance) or genotype (the genetic material) of an organism. Traits include eye color, hair color, the shape of body parts and genetic diseases.
Any definable element or feature of culture suitable for comparative purposes.
The phenotypic characteristic(s) of an organism resulting from the interaction of the organism’s genotype and its environment.
a qualitative characteristic. An attribute of phenotype, not genotype.
A specific feature traced to an identifiable gene or group of genes. Pea traits traceable to single genes include vine growth (bush or tall), seed texture (smooth or wrinkled) and disease resistance (fusarium, enation mosaic and powdery mildew).
a phenotypic characteristic associated with the expression of one or more genes.
A distinguishing feature of an individual.
In biology, a trait or character is a feature of an organism. The term phenotype is sometimes used as a synonym for trait in common use, but strictly speaking, does not indicate the trait, but the state of that trait (e.g., the trait eye color has the phenotypes blue, brown and hazel).