(genetics) The part (DNA sequence) of the genetic makeup of an organism which determines a specific characteristic (phenotype) of that organism.
The appearance of an organism based on a multifactorial combination of genetic traits and environmental factors, especially used in pedigrees.
A group of organisms having the same genetic constitution.
Any observable characteristic of an organism, such as its morphological, developmental, biochemical or physiological properties, or its behavior.
The type species of a genus; generitype.
To evaluate or classify based on phenotype
(transitive) To determine the genotype of.
what an organism looks like as a consequence of its genotype; two organisms with the same phenotype can have different genotypes
A group of organisms sharing a specific genetic constitution.
In genetics, the phenotype (from Greek φαινο- (faino-) 'showing', and τύπος (túpos) 'type') is the set of observable characteristics or traits of an organism. The term covers the organism's morphology or physical form and structure, its developmental processes, its biochemical and physiological properties, its behavior, and the products of behavior.
The genetic constitution of an organism, specifying the particular alleles at defined loci in the genome; - used with respect to one gene, a specific group of genes, or the entire set of genes within the organism. Contrasted with phenotype.
a group of organisms sharing a specific genetic constitution
the particular alleles at specified loci present in an organism
The genotype of an organism is its complete set of genetic material. However, the term is often used to refer to a single gene or set of genes, such as the genotype for eye color.