Phenotype Frequency

Phenotype frequency is a measure of the relative occurence of a particular attribute of an animal (its physical characteristics or performance); it is the result of the interaction between the organism's genetic potential and the environment in which it finds itself (Rieger et al., 1976; Bath et al., 1985).
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