epigenotype

epigenotype

[‚ep·ə′jēn·ə‚tīp]
(genetics)
The total developmental system through which the adult form of an organism is realized, comprising the interactions among genes and between genes and the nongenetic environment.
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Epigenetic super-similarity" results from the specific establishment of epigenotype -- genetic patterns that compose DNA -- prior to embryo formation during twinning.
Maternal ethanol consumption alters the epigenotype and the phenotype of offspring in a mouse model.
The early developmental stage of embryo is a sensitive window for alteration in epigenotype or genotype as adaptive response to any xenobiotics exposure.
Fragile X syndrome (FXS) (12) is a severe neurodevelopmental disorder which is complex and heterogeneous in both clinical phenotype and epigenotype.
Folic acid supplementation during the juvenile- pubertal period in rats modifies the phenotype and epigenotype induced by prenatal nutrition.
How lifetimes shape epigenotype within and across generations.
Mechanisms of disease: The developmental origins of disease and the role of the epigenotype.
Epigenotype switching of imprintable loci in embryonic germ cells.
This was clearly expressed by Riedl (1975) in his thesis of the "imitatory epigenotype.
This study highlights the ability of prenatal alcohol exposure to alter the fetal epigenotype (albeit only at a specific locus) and, consequently, the adult phenotype.
Folic acid supplementation during the juvenile-pubertal period in rats modifies the phenotype and epigenotype induced by prenatal nutrition.