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phenotypic flexibilityphänotypische Flexibilität (ger.)

  • The ability of an organism to adapt to its environment.  

    There is […] a component of variability which is independent of genetic flexibility. For this we may use the term phenotypic flexibility

    Thoday, J.M. (1953). Components of fitness. Symposia of the Society for Experimental Biology 7, 96-113: 99.