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- n. Plural form of phenocopy.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
“Network” can somehow mysteriously accumulate enough “silent changes” only to expose them at the right moment as phenocopies or phenotypes - and doctor Myers obviously confound these two terms to support his “network” version of darwinism.
It was Richard Goldschmidt who observed and studied phenocopies on butterflies wings btw.
Thus, the commonly held theoretical model of schizophrenia is of a group of processes leading to phenotypes (the expression of genes) and phenocopies (the mimicking of genetic expression) sharing similar signs and symptoms.
In addition, our ALN-PCS program represents an opportunity in severe hypercholesterolemia for a novel therapeutic strategy that phenocopies human genetics, and our new program targeting hepcidin creates an opportunity for RNAi therapeutics in the treatment of refractory anemias.
The physicians used EHRs to confirm cases of PAD, and to identify phenocopies, i.e. mimics of atherosclerotic PAD.
(not to speaking about color patterns on their wings - which are often also subjedted to temperature as Richard Goldschmidt's phenocopies showed).