Genetic heterogeneity in a population.
An expression of the range of genetic (DNA) differences that occur among individuals of the same species.
A phenotypic variability of a trait in a population attributed to genetic heterogeneity.
the variation between individual organisms in a population due to genetic differences.
differences in morphology, physiology, or behavior among individuals of a species; caused by genetic and environmental factors; only genetic variation is affected by natural selection.
Refers to the differences in inherited traits that exist among the members of a species.
The genetic modification introduced into the organism from which the BioMaterial was derived. Examples of genetic variation include specification of a transgene or the gene knocked-out [MGED Ontology Definition
In the context of the key equation for genetic change, variability of breeding values within a population for a trait under selection.
The presence of different combinations of alleles in different individuals in a population.
Genetic variation is the variation in the genetic material of a population, and includes the nuclear, mitochodrial, ribosomal genomes as well as the genomes of other organelles. New genetic variation is caused by genetic mutation, which may take the form of recombination, migration and/or alterations in the karyotype (the number, shape, size and internal arrangement of the chromosomes). Genetic drift is a statistical measure of the rate of genetic variation in a population.