Definition of Mutations

1. Noun. (plural of mutation#English mutation) ¹



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Definition of Mutations

1. mutation [n] - See also: mutation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mutations

mutase
mutases
mutasynthesis
mutate
mutated
mutated contraction
mutates
mutatin'
mutating
mutation
mutation rate
mutational
mutational frequency
mutationally
mutationless
mutations (current term)
mutatis characteribus
mutatis mutandis
mutative
mutator
mutators
mutatory
mutawa
mutaween
mutch
mutches
mutchkin
mutchkins
mute cancel

Literary usage of Mutations

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1. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by Anna Lorraine Guthrie, Marion A. Knight, H.W. Wilson Company, Estella E. Painter (1920)
"HH Bartlett. Bot Gaz 63:82-3 Ja '17 Mutation theory and the species-concept. RR Hates. Am Nat 51:577-90 О '17 mutations in ..."

2. Heredity and Environment in the Development of Men by Edwin Grant Conklin (1922)
"Inherited variations, whether large or small, are called by deVries "mutations," whereas non-inherited variations are known as "fluctuations. ..."

3. Evolution, racial and habitudinal by John Thomas Gulick (1905)
"mutations AND VARIETIES. 16. mutations and Varieties. In a recent volume by Prof. TH Morgan (Evolution and Adaptation, 1903) we find an interesting ..."

4. Genetics; an Introduction to the Study of Heredity by Herbert Eugene Walter (1922)
"Reverse mutations have also been repeatedly observed. This is something resembling the unscrambling of an egg. Morgan and Bridges obtained, for example, ..."

5. An Introduction to Cytology by Lester Whyland Sharp (1921)
"mutations Accompanied by No Change in Chromosome Number. ... Consequently if the origin of mutations of this class is dependent on the chromosomes it must ..."

6. Breeding Crop Plants by Herbert Kendall Hayes, Ralph John Garber (1921)
"While mutations undoubtedly do occur, it is likewise highly probable that many of the so-called mutations are simply segregates of a former natural cross. ..."

7. Assessing the Human Health Risks of Trichloroethylene: Key Scientific Issues by National Research Council (U.S.) (2006)
"In addition, mutations at nucleotide 454 were found in 7 of the 17 high-exposure subjects and six of the 24 medium-exposure subjects, but no mutations were ..."

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