As an adjective phenotypic
is of, or relating to a phenotype.
As a noun heritability is
(uncountable) the condition of being inheritable.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
Of, or relating to a phenotype.
*2011 , "Baby you can drive my genes", The Economist , 30 Jul 2011:
*:Most advertisements feature people with perfectly symmetrical faces, as this is a sign of phenotypic quality – or good genes.
* phenotypic lag
* phenotypic masking
* phenotypic mixing
* phenotypic plasticity
* phenotypic suppression
* phenotypic switching
* phenotypic value
(uncountable) The condition of being inheritable
(countable, genetics) The ratio of the genetic variance of a population to its phenotypic variance; i.e. the proportion of variability that is genetic in origin
* inheritability (much less common )