[ fee-nuh-kop-ee ]
/ ˈfi nəˌkɒp i /
noun, plural phe·no·cop·ies. Genetics.
the observed result of an environmentally induced, nongenetic alteration of a phenotype to a form that resembles the expression of a known genetic mutation.
- phenix city,
- phenol coefficient
Origin of phenocopy
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/ (ˈfiːnəʊˌkɒpɪ) /
noun plural -copies
a noninheritable change in an organism that is caused by environmental influence during development but resembles the effects of a genetic mutation
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[ fē′nə-kŏp′ē ]
An environmentally induced, nonhereditary variation in an organism, closely resembling a genetically determined trait.
An individual exhibiting such a variation.
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