Phenotypic

  • (adj): Of or relating to or constituting a phenotype.
    Synonyms: phenotypical

Some articles on phenotypic:

Evolution of Phenotypic Plasticity
... Hence, phenotypic plasticity can evolve if Darwinian fitness is increased by changing phenotype ... virgata), provide an example of when phenotypic plasticity can be either adaptive or maladaptive ... variation has been hypothesized to be a key mechanism dictating the capacity of organisms for phenotypic plasticity ...
Phenotypic Testing Of Mycobacteria
... In microbiology, the phenotypic testing of mycobacteria uses a number of methods ... The most-commonly used phenotypic tests to identify and distinguish Mycobacterium strains and species from each other are described below ...
Computational Phylogenetics - Coding Characters and Defining Homology - Morphological Analysis
... to representative measurements for each of the phenotypic characteristics being used as a classifier ... The types of phenotypic data used to construct this matrix depend on the taxa being compared for individual species, they may involve measurements of average body size, lengths or sizes of particular ... Of course, since not every possible phenotypic characteristic could be measured and encoded for analysis, the selection of which features to measure is a major inherent obstacle to the method ...
Phenotypic Plasticity
... Phenotypic plasticity is the ability of an organism to change its phenotype in response to changes in the environment ... Fundamental to the way in which organisms cope with environmental variation, phenotypic plasticity encompasses all types of environmentally induced changes (e.g ... on morphological characters, but is now more broadly used to describe all phenotypic responses to environmental change, such as acclimation or acclimatization, as well as learning ...
Human Behavioral Ecology - Basic Principles of HBE - The Phenotypic Gambit
... The phenotypic gambit refers to the assumption that humans possess a high amount of phenotypic plasticity ...