genotype frequency

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genotype frequency

[′jēn·ə‚tīp ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(genetics)
The proportion or frequency of any particular genotype among the individuals of a population.
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The distribution of allele and genotype frequencies in our sample was in accord with the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium ([x.
Genotype frequencies in all study participants, stratified by sex, are given in Tables 2 and 3 in the online Data Supplement.
Allele and genotype frequencies were high in Jordanian breeding stations and culling program must be adopted and maintained for the purpose of diminishing the rate of dispersion of this unfavorable mutation in governmental breeding stations and private sheep flocks.
Genotype frequencies in gallstone cases and controls for, genotype AA were 30 and 32 per cent; AG: 51 and 47 per cent and GG: 16 and 21 per cent respectively.
pl) to test genotype frequencies for conformance with Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium.
The objective of the present study was to determine the presence of genotype frequencies of Glu298 [right arrow] Asp (G894T) single nucleotide polymorphism in the eNOS gene among south Indian male Tamil speaking population.
A [chi square] test for goodness-of-fit was performed to verify if genotype frequencies agreed with Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium expectations.
To determine whether any significant differences in polymorphisms frequencies occurred between the case and the control populations the allele and genotype frequencies were compared, using the Chi square method.
We genotyped 94% of samples successfully, and genotype frequencies were in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium ([chi square]2 = 5.
A random sample of 50 animals from each breed was used for the estimation of gene and genotype frequencies.
Allele and genotype frequencies were calculated by direct allele and genotypic counts and expressed as percentage.