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bi·o·type

 (bī′ə-tīp′)
n.
A group of organisms having the same genotype.

bi′o·typ′ic (-tĭp′ĭk) adj.

biotype

(ˈbaɪəˌtaɪp)
n
(Biology) a group of genetically identical plants within a species, produced by apomixis. Also called: microspecies
biotypic adj

bi•o•type

(ˈbaɪ əˌtaɪp)

n.
1. a group of organisms having the same genotype.
2. a distinguishing feature of the genotype.
[1905–10]
bi`o•typ′ic (-ˈtɪp ɪk) adj.
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Noun1.biotype - organisms sharing a specified genotype or the genotype (or peculiarities) so shared
genotype - a group of organisms sharing a specific genetic constitution
Translations

biotype

[ˈbaɪəˌtaɪp] Nbiotipo m

bi·o·type

n. biotipo, grupo de individuos con igual genotipo.
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So, while clinicians go on with the mundane trial-and-error approach of contemporary psychopharmacology, psychiatric neuroscientists are diligently deconstructing major psychiatric disorders into specific biotypes with unique biosignatures that will one day guide accurate and prompt clinical management.
Since single (dominant) gene resistances have been overcome frequently overseas, the availability of multiple resistance genes means breeding efforts could consider creating accessions using more than a single resistance gene, which would reduce the probability of new biotypes evolving rapidly.
The second factor is the intense use of chemical options for their control, which has led to the selection of biotypes that are resistant to several herbicide mechanisms of action.
However, this avirulent biotype has also been implicated in foodborne and nosocomial outbreaks and has reportedly produced disease symptoms indistinguishable from those produced by the known pathogenic biotypes (6-8).
enterocolitica of biotypes 1A, 2 and 4 isolated from clinical and non-clinical sources between 1979 and 2012, in Brazil.
Biotypes B and Q of Bemisia tabaci and their relevance to neonicotinoid and pyriproxyfen resistance.
No major variation in antibiotic susceptibility pattern was seen between biotypes of V.
The strains were biotyped according to Williamson's classification [13] distinguishing 8 biotypes (A to H) based on the analysis of five enzymes: esterase (II), valine arylamidase (VI), naphthol phosphohydrolase (XI), a-glucosidase (XV), and N-acetyl- [beta]-D-glucosaminidase (XVII).
Males have thicker biotypes when compared to females and younger individuals showed thicker biotypes when compared to middle age or older groups.
The results would be helpful to correlate the occurrence of whitefly biotypes and disease intensity in different regions of Pakistan.
Currently in Palm Beach there are 2 biotypes of the emerging whitefly, Biotype Q and Biotype B.