Phonotypic

Related to Phonotypic: phenotypic, phenotypic variation

Pho`no`typ´ic


a.1.Of or pertaining to phonotypy; as, a phonotypic alphabet.
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The random regression model used in the study was permanent environmental variance to total phonotypic variance.
Ellis's early work in philology resulted in a seminal book on English pronunciation, and the development of the English Phonotypic Alphabet, with Isaac Pitman.
This may be evidence for the existence of differences in the physiological system and may equally reflect a phonotypic response to local conditions (Zaouali 1975).
Phonotypic abundance showed that spring trait is controlled by dominated allele and semi-spring is controlled by recessive allele.
Estos profesores basaron el AFI en el Romic Alfabet realizado por Henry Sweet entre 1880 y 1881, que se formo a partir del Phonotypic Alfabet elaborado por Isaac Pitman y Alexander John Ellis en 1847.
Genetic and Phonotypic parameters for body weight and greasy fleece weight at weaning in Australian Merino sheep.