background genotype

background genotype

[¦ba‚krau̇nd ′jē·nə‚tīp]
(genetics)
The genotype of the organism other than those genetic loci responsible for the phenotype.
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d] "conformer" BSE Substrate Species Mouse homogenate Tissue Brain ([paragraph]) PrP amino acid sequence Human PRNP-129 polymorphism MM, MV, and VV Background genotype 129 Ola [prnp.
Additive and dominance contrasts were likewise estimated for each background genotype and across all background genotypes.
The separation of the effect of background genotype from that of the ol genes in this study suggests that the ol genes are not the only ones affecting fatty acid profiles in peanuts.
There was interaction between the effects of the ol gene and the background genotype of the population for concentrations of palmitate, oleate, linoleate, total [C.
1RS translocation on dough properties can be mitigated by rigorous selection of the background genotype (Carver and Rayburn 1995; Lee et al.
Variation among transgenic lines in each background genotype was still evident at the end of the experiment (Fig.
Analysis of variance (not shown) for symptom scores and virus accumulation (ELISA readings) at 21 DPI indicated no significant differences among background genotypes.
brachytic stem type is dependent on background genotype.
The interaction between this resistance benefit and crosses and the interaction of this resistance benefit x pair within crosses were not significant (Table 4), indicating the improvements in seed coat mottling in late planting coming from SW resistance were independent of background genotype.
Because the resistance to SMV provided an average benefit for yield in late planted environments that was independent of the background genotype and because the incidence of SMV infection at [R.
The expression of specific resistance genes and the accompanying yield response may be affected by background genotypes (Schafer, 1971).
6c, the genotype combination AABBCC has the highest performance (line plot) but genotype aa has the highest value when averaged across all background genotypes for genes B and C (vertical bars).
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