Definitions for "mutagenicity"
the degree or measure of the ability to cause mutation{3}; -- said of mutagens.
Ability of a chemical to cause changes in the genetic material.
The property of chemical or physical agents inducing changes in genetic material that are transmitted during cell division. Fundamentally, a measure of cancer risk. The mutagenicity of biodiesel emissions is 75% - 90% less than its petroleum counterpart.
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See Mutagenic.