Expressivity meaning

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The quality of being expressive.
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Expressivity is defined as a term used in genetics to describe the degree to which an individual exhibits a trait or a genetic mutation.

When a genetic defect can cause either mild learning disabilities or extreme learning disabilities, the degree to which a person suffers from learning disabilities is an example of the expressivity of the genetic defect.

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The degree to which an expressed gene produces its effects in an organism.
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The quality of being expressive.
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The relative degree to which a trait caused by a gene is manifested in an individual.
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The quality of being expressive.
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The degree to which an expressed gene produces its effects in an organism.
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(uncountable) The quality of being expressive.
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(genetics) The degree to which a gene affects or can affect an organism.
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Origin of expressivity