mutation

[ myoo-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF mutation

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Time is, therefore, not a factor in the mutation of species.

Apart from every thing else, it was a mournful witness to the world's mutation.

The situation is not symmetrical because the mutation is not complete.

A rough-hewn resemblance is first brought about by a process of mutation.

Here we seem to have a plain statement of the origin of new forms by mutation.

These furnish us with an example of a mutation in the other direction.

The phenomenon of mutation is not confined to animals in a state of domestication.

I submit that the species arose as a mutation from A. tristis.

Is mutation a factor in the evolution of higher vertebrates.

Mutation or change is the passing from one state into another.

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