amorph

(a´morf) silent allele.
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amorph

1. <genetics> A gene which is inactive. Thus, an amorphic gene. ... 2. <cell biology> Something that lacks a discernible shape and thus can be describes as amorphous. ... (05 Feb 1998) ...
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amorph

amorph 1. A gene which is inactive; therefore, an amorphic gene. 2. Something that lacks a discernible shape and thus can be described as amorphous.
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amorph

Type: Term Pronunciation: ā′mōrf Definitions: 1. An allele that has no phenotypically recognizable product and therefore its existence can be inferred on molecular evidence only, depending on the subtlety of the means of detection available. Synonyms: silent allele
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