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Synonyms for duplication

a copy that corresponds to an original exactly

the act of copying or making a duplicate (or duplicates) of something


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While the researchers make a compelling case that duplications and deletions play an important role in evolution, the team has provided little evidence that copy number variants really determine trait differences between groups, says Edward Hollox, a human geneticist at the University of Leicester in England.
She underlines that duplication is rarely straightforward in Debussy (in contrast with the Russian composers who so interested him): it often encompasses progressive deformation of an idea (p.
A diagnosis of complete duplication of urethra type 2A-1 as per Effmann's classification (see discussion for classification) was made.
A small fraction of the duplicated content was human-specific, while the major part of duplications was shared with the other species.
While such duplication mainly challenges the coordination abilities of donor countries, the implications are more serious for the client countries as far as their often limited absorptive capacity is concerned.
Each application of a duplication theorem decreases by a factor of four the differences between the variables, therefore the difference A - [z.
The regulations do not eliminate the duplication of S's gain or loss after S leaves th P group.
Gene duplication has long been believed to have played a major role in the rise of biological novelty through evolution of new function and gene expression patterns.
Researchers at Signature Genomic Laboratories recently characterized 18 individuals with submicroscopic gains of DNA on chromosome 22 and suggest that duplication alone may not account for the clinical features in those individuals.
Differing degrees of gene duplications account for 2.
Because this region of chromosome 3 is thought to be caused by recombination between flanking segments of highly repetitive DNA sequences, duplications of 3q29 should occur with the same frequency as deletions.
A final wave of duplications in the vertebrate-only branch could have created the full set of six receptors.
The duplications disrupt the gene's message, just as repeating words randomly throughout a sentence would make it unreadable.