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insertion

n. the addition of language at a place within an existing typed or written document, which is always suspect unless initialled by all parties.

insertion

noun addendum, additament, addition, appendix, entry, extension, inclusion, inset, intercalation, interjection, interpolation, interpositio, introduction, penetration, plant, postscript, supplement, transplantation
Associated concepts: codicil, insertion of a clause to a connract, rider
See also: accession, addendum, appendix, attachment, codicil, enclosure, entrance, expletive, inflow, infusion, intervention, rider
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Investigation of PERV insertional variations in six different pig breeds
Insertional complications numbered 27% with 73% positional complications.
23) The activities of these insertional mutagens are random with respect to the functioning of the host organism, but they have contributed to the development of complexity.
This effect, called insertional mutagenesis, has been known for years, but it wasn't until 2003 that a large-scale systematic analysis was conducted.
Each of these types focuses on a prominent insertional characteristic of a different language in the corpus, so that generalizations formulated at the end of the article encompass all of the languages.
Interestingly, another Y-chromosome lineage (ht 4) with a derived approximately 300 base pair Alu insertional element is widely distributed in a circum-Mediterranean pattern (Hammer et al.
The feat is achieved with highly efficient insertional mutagenesis and subsequent high-throughput biological screening, generating targets for anti-infective compounds.
A mutant strain of Arabidopsis thaliana was created by T-DNA insertional mutagenesis.
known as insertional mutagenesis), producing changes in behavior that could mistakenly be attributed to the transgene itself.
Part of the problem stems from Jones' insertional method, the same method he used to create The Anathemata, another layered text where his technique resulted in sudden and often unexpected shifts.