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(genetics) genetic variation in a DNA sequence that occurs when a single nucleotide in a genome is altered

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But the SNP leader said: "I've heard lots of ludicrous arguments in my time in politics but this takes the prize for the most ludicrous argument.
Labour deputy leader Cathy Jamieson said: "As the main opposition party in the Scottish Parliament the public is looking to Labour to ensure that the SNP Executive is properly scrutinised and held to account.
There have been no formal discussions between the SNP and the Liberal Democrats", she said.
That would leave the SNP short of an overall majority and in search of coalition partners.
Specifically, they resolved that management planning within the SNP should strive for an integrated approach toward land, water, wildlife, and human resources, that measures should be taken to reduce firewood consumption in remote mountain areas, and that patrolling and environmental law enforcement within the SNP should be reviewed and significantly upgraded.
The FS2 SNP environment is extensible to heterogeneous multicore debug applications, such as integrated systems analysis of multiple MIPS-Based[TM] and DSP cores, and trace of OCP, AMBA or custom bus interfaces.
Scottish Conservative leader Davidson said: "We denied the SNP a majority at Holyrood last year.
A TNS poll two weeks ago showed support for the SNP at 58 per cent in constituency voting intentions and 54 per cent on the regional list.
In these circumstances it seems likely there will be a minority SNP government.
The findings come just a day after the latest Westminster expenses revealed SNP MPs have run up a travel bill totalling nearly PS1.
Corbyn will visit seats across the central belt and the Western Isles, where sitting SNP MPs have small majorities.
She added: "Now more than ever, we need strong SNP voices to stop the the Tories dragging Scotland backwards.
The SNP intends to sail where Maggie Thatcher and John Major didn't venture by handing Serco, a Hampshirebased devourer of public service contracts and a firm with a dubious record, the famous Western Isles routes such as Oban to Tobermory and Ullapool to Stornoway.
SIR - I don't know to what extent the election results were influenced by the spectre of the SNP having control over a Miliband government.