Genotype Frequency

Genotype frequency is the proportion or frequency of any particular genotype among the individuals of a population. Genotype frequencies are a function of gene frequencies. Genotype is the sum total of the genetic information (genes) contained in the linkage structures (chromosomes) of the pro- and eukaryotes, as distinguished from their phenotype. The genotype determines not a unique phenotype, but a range of phenotypic capacities referred to as an individual's "norm of reaction" to the environment (Rieger et al., 1976).
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