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phenotype

noun [C]  /ˈfi·nəˌtɑɪp/
biology all the characteristics of a living thing, especially the qualities that you can see, for example the color of the hair and eyes, the weight, etc.
Translations of “phenotype”
in Vietnamese kiểu hình…
in Spanish Fenotipo…
in Thai ลักษณะที่แสดงออก…
in Malaysian fenotip…
in Chinese (Traditional) 顯型, 表型(尤指生物體的可觀測性狀)…
in Indonesian fenotipe, ciri lahiriah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 表现型(尤指生物体的可观测性状)…
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