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gen·o·typ·i·cal

(jen'ō-tip'i-kăl),
Relating to the genotype.
Synonym(s): genotypic

gen·o·typ·i·cal

(jē'nō-tip'i-kăl)
Relating to the genotype.
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For example, the social climate experiments demonstrated the only three possible genotypical structures.
Though genotypical effects could not be excluded, environmental variables are the main factor affecting the tolerance of plants to salinity and the reduction in fresh weight will be stronger under conditions of high plant water demand.
Studies point out that rotifers biomass vary according to sampling methodologies, individual preservation, environments limnological characteristics, individual genotypical characteristics, predation, food resource availability and seasonality.
If there is a genetic, genotypical variation affecting a given species, the natural selection process will directly act upon the power of adaptability manifested by the organism on the phenotypical, (20) macrophysical level of interaction; or again on the level of "megacosmical" space.
If, on the other hand, by UG we understand its "weak version", that is, as Lightfoot puts it, "those genotypical principles and parameters which are relevant for the emergence of language in an individual" (p.
There are several good Darwinian (arguably genotypical) reasons for unselfish and altruistic behavior that go some way in explaining the formation of the preferences economists take 'as given.' More credit to recent work in experimental economics and evolutionary economics may be due.
One diet does not fit all--that nutrition plus genomics will equal tailor-made genotypical food plans.
Genotypical differences among graminaceous species in release of phytosiderophores and uptake of iron phytosiderophores.
But if Takemitsu is to achieve more than token membership in a twentieth-century musical pantheon populated by composers with genotypical features quite different from his own, if he is to be truly canonized, so to speak, then talk about him and analysis of his music must jump out of the well-traveled ruts which force him (well-intentioned and not) into categories of the exotic and "other" that characterize much thinking and writing about the man and his music.
Deb and Goldberg [1989] proposed a way of estimating the parameter [[Sigma].sub.share] in both phenotypical and genotypical space.
McLendon's study would have been more valuable had she chosen to interrogate this and other non-literary representations of the mulatto (which are and are not color-coded, as McLendon tries to point out in her narrative when she speaks problematically, if inventively of the phenotypical mulatto with straight hair and light skin and a genotypical mulatto who has one black and one white parent).