genotypic distance

genotypic distance

[¦jen·ə‚tip·ik ′dis·təns]
(evolution)
For two individuals A and B, the probability that the genotype of A is not the same as that of B for a given locus; the distance is zero when the genotype is the same at the particular locus.
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