The Genotype/Phenotype Distinction

[Revised entry by Peter Taylor and Richard Lewontin on June 6, 2017. Changes to: 0] [Editor's Note: The following new entry by Peter Taylor and Richard Lewontin replaces the former entry on this
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[Revised entry by Peter Taylor and Richard Lewontin on June 6, 2017. Changes to: 0] [Editor's Note: The following new entry by Peter Taylor and Richard Lewontin replaces the former entry on this topic by Richard Lewontin.] The predominant current-day meaning of genotype is some relevant part of the DNA passed to the organism by its parents. The...

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