Definitions for "genotype"
A group of organisms sharing a specific genetic constitution.
T he genetic make-up of an individual's cells. The genotype together with the biologic environment produce the phenotype, or the outward manifestations.
The genetic information for an organism that is carried on the chromosomes and extrachromosomally.
Keywords:  xenograft, papillary
Papillary Xenograft
Keywords:  viremia, percutaneous
Percutaneous Viremia
Keywords:  tyrosine, niacin
Niacin Tyrosine
a unique sequence of instructions that make up a genome of an organism
A taxonomic level recorded in avida which represents all creatures with a totally identical genome. Genotype is one of the standard tools used to study avida, as all creatures of a particular genotype should behave similarly given a fixed environment.
Keywords:  vitiligo, paralysis
Paralysis Vitiligo
The designation that results from one or more of the three genotyping techniques used for M. tuberculosis: spoligotyping, MIRU analysis, and IS 6110-based RFLP.
a predictable factor of microinflammatory state and high AS incidence rate in ESRD patients
a susceptibility factor for PCT
Keywords:  plasm, gestation, germ
germ plasm gestation
Keywords:  blaming, heredity
Blaming heredity.
Keywords:  nystagmus, viral
Nystagmus Viral
Keywords:  strain, subtype, virus, hiv, specific
a specific strain of the virus
a blood test to determine what specific resistance a person's strain of HIV has so that medication can be changed for best results
A subtype of a virus.
Keywords:  biotype, see
See Biotype.
Keywords:  virulence, orbital
Orbital Virulence
a potential biomarker for assessment of survival outcome of GBM
In the case of AgencyGP, a genotype consists of a set of Maya curves, a fixed-length list of parameters, and a variable-length list of commands.
A term not recognized by the Code, formerly used for type species, but that should not now be used in zoological nomenclature.