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DNA sequences are fixed and unchanging, so most of an organism’s adaptability comes from supple epigenetic mechanisms, processes that regulate gene expression in response to environmental cues or pressures, which sometimes involve RNA.
His work challenged the common idea that people were born with a fixed number of brain cells organized in unchanging paths.
In her 2019 book, Limitless Mind, she said people need to give up the idea that one’s ability to learn is fixed, or unchanging.
If we lived in a truly endless and unchanging universe then we might expect there to be galaxies of stars in every single direction we looked, all stacked up in infinite progression so that there would be no place without visible light.
The grip boosted the shoes’ friction with ice by 20 to 35 percent compared to shoes such as winter boots that had a textured, but unchanging, sole, Babaee reports.
And over all these changes from grandeur to squalor, bent down the purple heavens with their unchanging splendour!
RUTHELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
Mind, I am not proving this in any way: I am but stating it as the firm and unchanging belief of Catholics.
BREAKING WITH THE PASTFRANCIS AIDAN GASQUET
He laughed, but only with his mouth; the close-set eyes remained unchanging, watchful.
FELINE REDROBERT SAMPSON
I seem suddenly lifted out of a drear monotony of unchanging days, back to a life of extraordinary vitality and promise.
For half a minute the dark figure and unchanging face bent over the embroidery-frame without a word of reply.
THE RED CITYS. WEIR MITCHELL

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