- tending to undergo or resulting from mutation
"a mutant gene"
- Tom is a mutant.
- The entire colony will inherit the mutant DNA.
- There aren't reports on this mutation because such a mutant wouldn't even born.
- If a mutation is promoting survival in the environment, the mutant strain can become dominant;
- Taxonomic name and strain indicating whether it is a stock variant, a mutant strain or a genetically modified organism (GMO); for viruses, taxonomic designation of the agent, serotype, strain or mutant
- Where the micro-organism is either a mutant or a genetically modified organism, the specific differences from other strains within the same species must be recorded.
- There must also be information as to whether or not the micro-organism is a wild type or a spontaneous or induced mutant, or a genetically modified organism.
- Essentially derived varieties may be obtained for example by the selection of a natural or induced mutant, or of a somaclonal variant, the selection of a variant individual from plants of the initial variety, backcrossing, or transformation by genetic engineering.
- Where the micro-organism is either a mutant or a genetically modified organism, the specific differences from other strains within the same species must be recorded. Occurrence of resting stages must be recorded.
- The cauliflower mosaic virus 35S promoter, a non-translated region from the cDNA corresponding to the petunia gene encoding chlorophyll a/b binding protein 5, the SuRB (als) gene coding for a mutant acetolactate synthase protein (ALS), which confers tolerance to sulfonylurea, derived from Nicotiana tabacum, including its terminator.