allelomorphism


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al·le·lo·morph

 (ə-lē′lə-môrf′, ə-lĕl′ə-)
n.
1. A distinct phenotype associated with a specific allele.
2. See allele.

[Greek allēlōn, mutually (from allos, other; see al- in Indo-European roots) + -morph.]

al·le′lo·mor′phic adj.
al·le′lo·mor′phism n.
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allelomorphism

(əˈliːləˌmɔːfɪzəm)
n
the state of being or the passing on of allelomorphs
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