OTHER WORDS FROM transmissibletrans·mis·si·bil·i·ty, nounun·trans·mis·si·ble, adjective
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Early analysis suggests it may be as much as 70% more transmissible than other circulating strains.U.S. will now require COVID negative test for travelers departing from U.K.|Rachel King|December 25, 2020|Fortune
Scientists advising the UK government have speculated that it could be as much as 70% more transmissible than previously known versions.Don’t panic about the latest coronavirus mutations, say drug companies|David Rotman|December 23, 2020|MIT Technology Review
It’s unclear, however, whether all the observations together stem from a more transmissible virus, which could be harder to control.The new U.K. coronavirus variant is concerning. But don’t freak out|Erin Garcia de Jesus|December 22, 2020|Science News
British government scientists said on Saturday that tests had shown the new strain was 70% more transmissible than the original virus.The U.K. is facing a Christmas food crisis, as France closes border to trucks over mutant COVID-19 strain|Jeremy Kahn|December 21, 2020|Fortune
It’s 70% more transmissible than earlier variants, experts believe, and responsible for most new cases of Covid-19 in the region.The UK’s new coronavirus strain is already having a global impact|Hasit Shah|December 21, 2020|Quartz
Mr. Galton first took up the subject of the transmissibility of intellectual gifts in his 'Hereditary Genius' .
But Weismann's argument rests not merely upon any difficulty or impossibility of the transmissibility of acquired characteristics.
The importance of use and disuse, and the transmissibility of their effects, would seem to supply a factor essential to evolution.
These results appear to conflict most seriously with the theory of the transmissibility of acquired modifications.Parallel Paths|Thomas William Rolleston
On these and similar phenomena depend the relative permanency and transmissibility of the variations.Disease in Plants|H. Marshall Ward