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A mutation is a change in the sequence of an organism's genetic material.
Mutation or mutate may also refer to:
Film and Literature
- Mutate (comics), a group and term used in Marvel Comics
- Mutation (novel), a 1990 medical thriller by Robin Cook
- Savage Land Mutates, a group of mutants in Marvel Comics
- Human Mutation, a peer-reviewed medical journal of human genetics.
- The Mutations, a 1974 British horror film, also released as The Freakmaker
- Mutation, the process of changing hexachords in medieval music theory
- Mutation (organ stop), a type of organ stop that does not sound at unison or octave pitch
- Mutations (Beck album), 1998
- Mutations (Fight album), 1994
- Mutations (Vijay Iyer album), 2014
- Mutations EP, 1992 EP by Orbital
- Mutate (album), 1993 album by Battery
- "Mutations", a song by Salt the Wound from their 2009 album, Ares
- Mutation (genetic algorithm), an operator in a genetic algorithm of computing
- Apophony, in linguistics, a change in a sound in a word
- Consonant mutation, in linguistics, a change in a consonant sound
- Mutation (algebra), an operation on algebras producing an algebra with a modified multiplication operation
- Mutation (knot theory), an operation on a knot that creates different knots
- Mutation (Jordan algebra), an operation on Jordan algebras that creates different Jordan algebras
- Mutation of a seed in the theory of cluster algebras.
- Consonant mutation, the change in a consonant in a word according to its morphological or syntactic environment.
- Voice break, the change in human voice during puberty
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