- the action of a gene in the production of a protein or a phenotype.
- expressivity (def. 2).
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Origin of expression
synonym study for expression
OTHER WORDS FROM expression
Example sentences from the Web for expression
The Board said it will prioritize cases that threaten to harm freedom of expression or human rights, but declined to comment on specific cases it plans to take.Facebook’s independent oversight board is finally up and running|Shirin Ghaffary|October 22, 2020|Vox
Such as, to measure facial expressions in people who’ve suffered a stroke.
However, it might just be one of many material expressions, not the ultimate principle by which the brain organizes its neural activity.Our Mind-Boggling Sense of Smell - Issue 91: The Amazing Brain|Ann-Sophie Barwich|October 14, 2020|Nautilus
He partnered with Laney, who developed an algorithm that overlaid one face onto another while retaining the latter’s expressions.Inside the strange new world of being a deepfake actor|Karen Hao|October 9, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Other major tools in your arsenal are your hand gestures and facial expressions.These public speaking techniques can help you look smart on video calls|Sandra Gutierrez G.|October 6, 2020|Popular Science
Thirty college presidents think this is splendid expressional activity.
Expressional activities are increasing in Negro colleges but with few exceptions these are inadequate in scope and number.
The expressional changes of pitch, which constitute the 'melody,' or the 'inflections' of the sentences, play an important part.
He would have none of a formal and merely decorative beauty—a beauty serving no expressional need of the heart or the imagination.Edward MacDowell|Lawrence Gilman
It now remains for us to examine the expressional activities of these students.