phenodeviant

phenodeviant

 [fe″no-de´ve-ant]
an individual whose phenotype differs significantly from that of the typical phenotype in the population.
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Anomalous nucleolar and chromosomal organization in induced phenodeviants of grasspea.
We believe that the dynamic equilibrium model has often been uncritically accepted based upon circumstantial evidence, such as reduced fecundity and population density, or the increased frequency of phenodeviants, chromosomal anomalies, and parasites in hybrids.