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phænotypic (not comparable)

  1. Alternative spelling of phenotypic
    • 1918, Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, Annual Report, №s 30–39, page #102:
      Non-broodiness, therefore, is a comprehensive term employed to describe the phænotypic condition resulting from several sorts of genetic differences.
    • 1937, Zoological Society of London, Proceedings, volume 107, part 2, page #563:
      Among these Zulu Zebras there are some phænotypic burchelli with totally unstriped limbs, but the majority is of the narrow and somewhat irregularly banded wahlbergi-type with at least a few stripes on the knees and hocks.