al·le·lo·morph (ə-lēlə-môrf′, ə-lĕlə-)
1. A distinct phenotype associated with a specific allele.
2. See allele.
[Greek allēlōn, mutually (from allos, other; see al-1 in the Appendix of Indo-European roots) + -MORPH.]
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