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phe·no·typ·ic

(fē'nō-tip'ik, fen-ō-),
Relating to phenotype.

phe·no·typ·ic

(fē'nō-tip'ik)
Relating to phenotype.
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The genetic basis of phenotypic plasticity appeared to vary across different environmental gradients.
The database currently tags 32,000 individuals working in Phenotypic Screening.
The high genetic and phenotypic correlations of some udder measurements with milk yield traits indicate that same genes are responsible for the expression of the traits.
In conjunction, the company's US Patent is a system and method of directing vibrational oscillating sonic waves toward a target tissue in the body of a person to influence both genotype and phenotypic differentiation of the target tissue at a cellular level, including a sonic generator wherein predetermined frequency from the programme to monitor and entrain, via an epidermal patch, the desired phenotypic response from the targeted in-vivo cellular structure.
In Turkey, characterization studies in bean were done with biochemical markers or phenotypic traits (Balkaya, 1999; Balkaya and Yanmaz, 2002; Madakbas and Ergin, 2011; Madakbas et al.
As a result of Charles Rivers continued commitment to emerging drug discovery technologies, we now offer this proprietary protein capture technology for phenotypic screening target deconvolution.
A nonradiometric phenotypic susceptibility testing was performed in liquid medium (MGIT 960; Becton Dickinson Diagnostic Systems, Sparks, MD) for isolate 1.
The license includes certain preference conditions that cap the number of similar phenotypic deals Phylogica may enter into during an 18 month option period.
Together the partnership will focus on operating a world-class phenotypic drug discovery facility that will collaborate with a wider network of centres from across the UK, Europe and beyond, to bridge between academia and pharmaceutical companies and drive innovation in the sector.
QTL analysis is a statistical method that links two types of information - phenotypic data (trait measurements) and genotypic data (usually molecular markers) - in an attempt to explain the genetic basis of variation in complex traits.