- adj. Not mutant.
- n. A creature that is not a mutant.
“First, he was introduced as a normal, nonmutant love interest for Kitty.”
“Second, fruitless-bearing males elicit and are receptive to courtship from other males, which nonmutant males reject.”
“First, fruitless-bearing male flies, unlike nonmutant male flies, actively court other males as well as females, although for reasons that remain poorly understood, they are unable actually to achieve intercourse with members of either sex.”
“In contrast, the nonmutant lab strain worms avoided the bacteria and survived longer.”
“The results suggest that the aversion the nonmutant lab worms show to crawling on bacteria - enabled by the strain's particular version of the npr-1 gene - is what ensured their survival, rather than the strengths of their immune systems.”
“The guts of the Hawaiian worms and npr-1 mutant lab strain worms glowed bright green under the microscope, while the guts of the nonmutant lab strain worms did not.”
“The key role of TBK1 was identified in a large-scale search using the combined resources of Dana-Farber and the Broad Institute to hunt for genes that were essential exclusively to cells with mutant KRAS, but not to cells with wild-type (nonmutant) KRAS or other normal cells.”
“The mice didn't talk, but they did seem to squeak differently from their nonmutant cousins, says Julia Fischer, who studies speech evolution at the”
“All nonmutant microarray time courses were performed as described [”
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