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genotype

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgenotypegen‧o‧type /ˈdʒenətaɪp, ˈdʒiː-/ noun [countable] technical  the genetic nature of one type of living thing
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genotypeAssociation between genotype and phenotype has been observed and is supported by expression studies.The frequency of the ACE/DD genotype in the general population was 0.27.Possibly, they are of a different genotype.Of course, as for any other trait, it may be impossible for any one homozygous genotype to achieve the optimum.Plants of the same genotype can then be tested in different environments.The genotype is the set of genes it inherited, the phenotype is what it looks like.
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