Mutagenic

Causing mutations; mutagenic substances may also be carcinogenic.

mutagenic

<genetics, molecular biology> Inducing genetic mutation. ... Origin: Gr. Gennan = to produce ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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mutagenic

(mu″tә-jen┬┤ik) inducing genetic mutation.
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mutagenic

adjective capable of inducing mutation (used mainly of extracellular factors such as X-rays or chemical pollution)
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Mutagenic

An environmental factor that causes genes to mutate more frequently. Radiation is a known mutagenic. Some chemicals are known to have mutagenic effects. HYPP is a documented modern-day mutation that occurred in the horse
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mutagenic

Causing mutations; mutagenic substances may also be carcinogenic.
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mutagenic

inducing genetic mutation.
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mutagenic

Type: Term Pronunciation: myū′tă-jen′ik Definitions: 1. Promoting mutation.
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mutagenic

[adj] - capable of inducing mutation (used mainly of extracellular factors such as X-rays or chemical pollution)
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