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- In music, alteration is the use of a neighboring pitch in the chromatic scale in place of its diatonic neighbor. Alteration may also refer to: in the...
- The Alteration is a 1976 alternative history novel by Kingsley Amis, set in a parallel universe in which the Reformation did not take place. It won the...
- Alterations is a two-part 1988 Australian television film for the ABC shot in 1987 at Canberra. It deals with a married couple and their respective affairs...
- Mineral alteration refers to the various natural processes that alter a mineral's chemical composition or crystallography. Mineral alteration is essentially...
- Propylitic alteration is the chemical alteration of a rock, caused by iron and magnesium bearing hydrothermal fluids, altering biotite or amphibole within...
- Argillic alteration is hydrothermal alteration[citation needed] of wall rock which introduces clay minerals including kaolinite, smectite and illite....
- Sericitic alteration is a process of mineral alteration caused by hydrothermal fluids invading permeable country rock. Plagioclase feldspar within the...
- Phyllic alteration is a hydrothermal alteration zone in a permeable rock that has been affected by circulation of hydrothermal fluids. It is commonly...
- epigenetics is the study of heritable phenotype changes that do not involve alterations in the DNA sequence. The Gr**** prefix epi- (ἐπι- "over, outside of, around")...
- Metasomatism (from the Gr**** μετά (change) and σῶμα (body)) is the chemical alteration of a rock by hydrothermal and other fluids. It is the replacement of one...
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