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  1. Modifications

    In opposition to mutations, modifications are included in the band width of the genome of an individual creature. Modifications are dependent on the plentifulness of the substrate, light, warmths, stress, training, and so on. A modification is a change in the physical appearance of an organism caused by environmental factors. Modifications are not inheritable as they do not affect the genes.

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  1. modifications


  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of modifications in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of modifications in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of modifications in a Sentence

  1. Gordon Wright Bates Jr.:

    Although the study adds considerable evidence to support lifestyle modifications and weight loss to optimize reproductive potential and the response to treatment, both of these remain elusive for many patients.

  2. Army General John Campbell:

    I'm not going to get more people. So the only way that I can impact is potentially change some of the authorities we have. So authorities deal with: what you can strike, what you can’t strike, at what levels you can do train, advise, assist, so I've asked for some modifications.

  3. California Gov. Gavin Newsom:

    We will afford them that right with conditions and modifications that meet the health needs of the entire state.

  4. Tad Gerlinger:

    The military has changed the requirement for a disability board and possible medical discharge for a well functioning total joint replacement, service members receiving a total joint arthroplasty are now assumed fit for duty with minor modifications to their activity.

  5. Brad Karkkainen:

    You can't assume that every project that gets an EA is ultimately approved, but the vast majority are. And beyond that, most of the 250 or so( per year) that get full-scale EISs also go through, albeit sometimes with modifications to mitigate environmental harms and/or to quell political opposition.

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    of persons; taken advantage of
    • A. victimised
    • B. obnoxious
    • C. profound
    • D. transparent

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