The outward manifestations (e.g., eye color, disease symptoms, etc.) that result from the genotype (the genetic material), sometimes in interaction with the biologic environment.
Observable physical characteristics that result from both genetic and environmental influences. go to glossary index
The physical appearance of an individual that is a result of that individual's genotype and the interaction of the genotype with the environment during development. Hence individuals with the same genotypes may have different phenotypes in different environments.