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phe·no·typ·ic

(fē'nō-tip'ik, fen-ō-),
Relating to phenotype.
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phe·no·typ·ic

(fē'nō-tip'ik)
Relating to phenotype.
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As part of this delivery, the RGC successfully deployed the cohort browser on a collection of thousands of phenotypic fields extracted from the UK Biobank and ms of genetic variants computed through its scientific pipelines.
74), no mutation was found to explain phenotypic resistance to amikacin and kanamycin.
If molecular test results are just a correlate to the phenotypic traits we actually care about, what are the ways that this correlation--or our assumptions which form the basis for this correlation--can fall down?
Initially, an analysis of variance was performed, followed by estimates of phenotypic and genotypic correlations between the studied traits (Falconer, 1987), using the t-test to verify if the correlations differed from zero or not.
In new microbiological set ups phenotypic methods with high sensitivity and specificity are required for better infection control practices.
In this sense, this study was carried out to estimate the components of (co)variance, genetic and phenotypic parameters and trends for the birth weight trait of Texel sheep, reared in extensive system, using the animal model, which best fit the data.
Ncardia said the combination of iPSC-derived disease models with phenotypic screening is a powerful way to identify new drug candidates.
Estimates of phenotypic and genetic correlations at the different age at calving using LE33het10 are presented in Table 3.
For an efficient selection it is need to estimate the components of genetic and phenotypic variance, because through the relationship between the variances, it is possible to estimate the accuracy and heritability.