mutational : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a of or relating to or resulting from mutation
- Likewise, a cartoon dog evokes "the obscure unease that Pluto has always inspired, a dog owned by a mouse, daily confronted with the mutational horror of Goofy.
- What mutational deviation of personality can possibly prevent her broodlings from devouring their food when she orders them to charge with drawn forks?.
- But, says Burnet, "of all virus diseases, influenza is probably the one in which mutational changes in the virus are of greatest human importance.
- Bruce Lahn in EurekAlert (press release)
A gene under strong mutational pressure succumbs to that pressure,Lahn said. "For genes that have a high mutation rate, somehow selection appears to become less stringent."