allophenic

al·lo·phe·nic

(al'ō-fē'nik),
Pertaining to an animal produced by combining blastomeres of different genotypes (that is, from different pairs of parents).
See also: mosaic.
[allo- + G. phainō, to appear, + -ic]

allophenic

adjective Referring to an organism that has cells of different types in various tissues.

allophenic

pertaining to individual animals that have cells of different phenotypes in various tissues of the body.