Phenotype vs Glycosynapse - What's the difference?

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In context|biology|lang=en terms the difference between phenotype and glycosynapse

is that phenotype is (biology) any observable characteristic of an organism, such as its morphological, developmental, biochemical or physiological properties, or its behavior while glycosynapse is (biology) a molecular assembly that functions as a microdomain that mediates cell adhesion and signals transduction events that affect cellular phenotypes.

As nouns the difference between phenotype and glycosynapse

is that phenotype is (genetics) the appearance of an organism based on a multifactorial combination of genetic traits and environmental factors, especially used in pedigrees while glycosynapse is (biology) a molecular assembly that functions as a microdomain that mediates cell adhesion and signals transduction events that affect cellular phenotypes.

As a verb phenotype

is to evaluate or classify based on.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

phenotype

Noun

(en noun)
  • (genetics) The appearance of an organism based on a multifactorial combination of genetic traits and environmental factors, especially used in pedigrees.
  • (biology) Any observable characteristic of an organism, such as its morphological, developmental, biochemical or physiological properties, or its behavior.
  • Derived terms

    * phenotypic * phenotypical * phenotypically

    Verb

    (phenotyp)
  • To evaluate or classify based on
  • * {{quote-journal, 2000, T. Kubota et al., Frequencies of CYP2D6 mutant alleles in a normal Japanese population and metabolic activity of dextromethorphan O-demethylation in different CYP2D6 genotypes, British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology citation
  • , passage= One hundred and sixty-two unrelated healthy Japanese subjects were genotyped with the polymerase chain reaction amplification method and 35 subjects were phenotyped with dextromethorphan. }}

    glycosynapse

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (biology) A molecular assembly that functions as a microdomain that mediates cell adhesion and signals transduction events that affect cellular phenotypes
  • References

    * National Academy of Sciences