phenocopy

An environmentally produced phenotype simulating the effect of a particular genotype.

phenocopy

Type: Term Pronunciation: fē′nō-kop′ē Definitions: 1. An environmentally induced mimic of a disease that is characteristically produced by a specific gene.
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Phenocopy

Phenocopy: 1. An environmental condition that imitates (copies) one produced by a gene. 2.The person who has an environmentally-produced condition that mimics one produced by a gene.
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phenocopy

<biology, genetics> An environmentally produced phenotype simulating the effect of a particular genotype. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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phenocopy

(fe┬┤no-kop″e) an environmentally induced phenotype mimicking one usually produced by a specific genotype. an individual exhibiting such a phenotype; the simulated trait in a phenocopy.
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phenocopy

phenocopy 1. The alteration of a phenotype by either nutrition or exposure to environmental stress during development. 2. A modification induced by environmental factors that simulates a genetically produced change.
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Phenocopy

A phenocopy is a variation in phenotype (generally referring to a single trait) which is caused by environmental conditions (often, but not necessarily, during the organism`s development), such that the organism`s phenotype matches a phenotype which is determined by genetic factors. It is not a type of mutation, as it is non-hereditary. The term.....
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Phenocopy

A trait not caused by inheritance of a gene but appears to be identical to a genetic trait.
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Phenocopy

A phenotype that is not genetically controlled but looks like a genetically controlled phenotype. An environmentally induced phenotype that resembles the phenotype produced by a mutation.
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