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1. Simple organisms like bacteria mutate rapidly.
2. Technology continues to mutate at an alarming rate.
3. Overnight, the gossip begins to mutate into headlines.
4. The technique has been to mutate the genes by irradiation or chemicals.
5. Genetically-engineered organisms mutate and develop their own new lifestyles.
6. Did any of these forms mutate into hereditary surnames?
7. But the Screamers mutate and evolve their own agenda.
8. Viruses tend to mutate and to change their characteristics over long periods of time.
9. They mutate, and thereby produce at least some better replicating sequences.
10. If they fear Chaos, they begin to mutate in horrible and painful ways.
11. In " To mutate, or not to mutate" (and others), I extolled the virtues of immutability -- immutable objects cannot get into an inconsistent state.
12. the ability of the virus to mutate into new forms.
13. Methods: To mutate breeding for strain by chemical mutagen. Its producing resistant ability and propagating stability of strain obtained by screening was observed by shaking flask test.
14. Human life and the universe continue to mutate constantly and are thought of as essentially impermanent.
15. A newer anti-HIV drug called pyridinone caused HIV to mutate into a form which could not reproduce or infect new cells.
16. If the temperature is too high, the yeast will mutate and produce unpleasant off flavours in the beer.
17. In real life, the probability that a gene will mutate is often less than one in a million.
18. And because melanocytes have a reduced capacity to repair DNA damage from UVA radiation, they mutate more frequently, potentially leading to the development of melanoma.
19. An antibiotic-resistant strain of staph bacteria began its globetrotting adventures in Europe and can mutate quickly as it spreads, a new study suggests.
20. A small town, desperate to recover from hard economic times, is under threat when voracious Snakehead fish mutate and survive previous lake chemical poisonings.
21. In very rare instances, the virus in the vaccine can mutate into a form that can paralyse.
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22. This type of virus is more likely to evolve and mutate in this much filth and putrescence .
23. I could evolve from either, that is, I could asexually mutate new fish from either the fat yellow one or the tiny blue one, or I could mate the pair and select from their joint offspring.
24. However, if there are lots of unvaccinated people in the population, they can pass on this strain until it happens to mutate back into a disease-causing form, as happened in Nigeria.
25. The scientists identified a protean protein that inactivates the flu virus before it can mutate.
26. After being exposed to cosmic radiation and zero gravity, some seeds may mutate and produce higher yields and improved quality when planted back on earth, scientists said.
27. Can. No matter animal cell still is plant cell, can mutate.
28. To make or become different: alter; to take, put, or use in place of another: exchange; to replace by another; modify, mutate, transform, turn, vary.
29. That may be because film is so much younger than the other great art forms, which have had centuries to wane, wax, mutate and cross-pollinate.
30. In very rare instances, the virus in the vaccine can mutate into a form that can paralyse - this is what is known as a vaccine-derived poliovirus or VDPV.
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