Genotype

The entire genetic make up of an organism, expressed and latent, dominant and recessive. The individuals of the same genotype breed alike. A group of organisms with the same genetic make up. Contrast with phenotype.

genotype

(Variation and inheritance) the genetic make-up of an individual organism

genotype

the genes (or alleles) present in an individual
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Genotype

The genotype is the genetic makeup of a cell, an organism, or an individual usually with reference to a specific characteristic under consideration. For instance, the human CFTR gene, which encodes a protein that transports chloride ions across cell membranes, can be dominant (A) as the normal version of the gene, or recessive (a) as a mutated ver...
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Genotype

The two alleles present at a locus in an individual. For a locus with only two alleles, three genotypes are possible. For example, at the polled/horned locus in cattle, two common alleles are P ( the dominant allele preventing growth of horns) and p (the recessive allele allowing horn growth). The three possible genotypes are PP (homozygous domina...
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genotype

(je´no-tīp) the entire genetic constitution of an individual. the alleles present at one or more specific loci. adj., genotyp´ic, adj. .
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genotype

1. <genetics> The genetic constitution of an organism or cell, as distinct from its expressed features or phenotype. ... 2. <zoology> The genetic constitution of an individual or taxon. Not to be confused with type species of a genus for which it is sometimes erroneously used. ... Compare: Phenotype. ... (09 Jan 1998) ...
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genotype

genetic constitution noun the particular alleles at specified loci present in an organism
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Genotype

A description of the genetic constitution of an individual.
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Genotype

Actual genetic makeup, or constitution, of an individual determined by its genes or germplasm. For example, there are two genotypes for the polled phenotype [PP (homozygous dominant) and Pp (heterozygous)].
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Genotype

All of the genes possessed by an individual; in practice it refers to the particular alleles present at the loci in question.
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Genotype

describes your genetic makeup. This term is usually used when referring to a particular trait.
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Genotype

Genetic characteristics of an individual that do not vary with circumstances. See phenotype.
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Genotype

Genetic composition of an individual or a listing of genes that an individual possesses.
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genotype

genotype (jēn'utīp") : see genetics.
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Genotype

Genotype is the genetic makeup of an individual organism.(Compare with phenotype .)
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Genotype

Genotype: The genetic constitution (the genome) of a cell, an individual or an organism. The genotype is distinct from its expressed features, or phenotype. The genotype of a person is her or his genetic makeup. It can pertain to all genes or to a specific gene. By contrast, the phenotype results from the interaction between the genotype and the en...
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genotype

Particular set of alleles (variants of genes) possessed by a given organism. The term is usually used in conjunction with phenotype, which is the product of the genotype and all environmental effects
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Genotype

Refers to the exact genes and alleles (genetic code) an individual possesses.
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Genotype

The complement of alleles present in a particular individual's genome that give rise to the individual's phenotype.
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Genotype

The complement of genes in an individual. Or the entire genetic constitution of an organism.
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Genotype

The genes that make up an organism.
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Genotype

The genetic (alleleic) makeup of an organism with regard to an observed trait.
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genotype

The genetic (alleleic) makeup of an organism with regard to an observed trait.
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Genotype

the genetic code that produces a phenotype. The genes passed to subsequent generations.
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