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The totality of the external appearance of an organism whose individual characteristics can be visually described and categorized. The term "phenome" means an emerging (hereditary) trait of an organism that together with other traits forms the phenotype. The phenotype of a vine thus contains a catalog of characteristics that can be used to visually differentiate and characterize one variety over another. At the Rebstock These include berry color and berry shape or the shape and hair of the leaves, Pinot Blanc. Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir are different phenotypes of a genotypically identical grape variety. But they are considered as three distinct varieties. In contrast, one represents genotype a specific genetic information pattern within the DNA chain, See under molecular Genetics, as well as under heterozygosity,

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