Definition of ecophene in English:

ecophene

noun

Ecology
  • The range of phenotypes produced by a single genotype, as found in populations of an organism across its natural range of habitats. Also: any of the range of such phenotypes specific to a given habitat.

Origin

1920s. From eco- + -phene.

Pronunciation

ecophene

/ˈiːkəʊfiːn/ /ˈɛkəʊfiːn/