Mutant

An individual having an abnormal structure, property or behaviour in which it differs distinctly from the parent organism from which it was derived. This is an inheritable change (a change in the sequence or chemistry of the purine or pyrimidine bases contained in DNA molecules) and may be caused or induced by high energy irradiation or by certain chemical substances....

Mutant

In biology and especially genetics, a mutant is an organism or a new genetic character arising or resulting from an instance of mutation, which is a base-pair sequence change within the DNA of a gene or chromosome of an organism. The natural occurrence of genetic mutations is integral to the process of evolution. The study of mutants is an integra...
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mutant

<biology, genetics> Refer to an organism, population, gene, or chromosome, etc. Which differs from the corresponding wild type by one or more mutations. ... (13 Nov 1997) ...
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Mutant

(Mutate, Mutation) An organism with a change in a chromosome or a gene
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mutant

(mu´tәnt) something, such as an organism, cell, virus, or gene, that has undergone genetic mutation. produced by mutation.
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mutant

1. A gene that has undergone mutation within the particular stock of organisms under observation. 2. An organism bearing such a gene. 3. A character due to such a gene.
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mutant

adjective tending to undergo or resulting from mutation; `a mutant gene`
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Mutant

[collection] Mutant is a 1953 collection of science fiction short stories by Lewis Padgett (pseudonym of Henry Kuttner and C. L. Moore). It was first published by Gnome Press in 1953 in an edition of 4,000 copies. The stories all originally appeared in the magazine Astounding. ==Contents== ==Reception== P. Schuyler Miller found the story co...
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Mutant

[fictional] The concept of a mutant is a common trope in comic books and science fiction. The new phenotypes that appear in fictional mutations generally go far beyond what is typically seen in biological mutants, and often result in the mutated life form exhibiting superhuman abilities or qualities. ==The Gage Team== In The Gage Team world...
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Mutant

An organism or cell that differs from the parental strain as a result of carrying a gene that has undergone permanent and trasmissible structural change.
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Mutant

Mutant is slang for a clumsy, foolish person.
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Mutant

Mutant: An individual with a mutant (changed) gene.
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mutant

Of an organism, population, gene, chromosome, etc.: Differing from the corresponding wild type by changes in one or more loci.
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Mutant

See: variant.
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mutant

Type: Term Pronunciation: myū′tant Definitions: 1. A phenotype in which a mutation is manifested. 2. A gene that is rare and usually harmful, in contrast to a wild-type gene, not necessarily generated recently.
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mutant

[adj] - tending to undergo or resulting from mutation 2. [n] - (biology) an organism that has characteristics resulting from chromosomal alteration 3. [n] - an animal that has undergone mutation
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