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polymorphism

 [pol″e-mor´fizm]
the ability to exist in several different forms.
balanced polymorphism an equilibrium mixture of homozygotes and heterozygotes maintained by natural selection against both homozygotes.
genetic polymorphism the occurrence together in the same population of two or more genetically determined phenotypes in such proportions that the rarest of them cannot be maintained merely by recurrent mutation.
single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) a genetic polymorphism between two genomes that is based on deletion, insertion, or exchange of a single nucleotide.

SNP

(snip),

SNP

(snĭp)
n.
A single site in any DNA sequence for which the identity of the nucleotide differs among individuals, often associated with a physiological variation, such as response to a drug, and used as a genetic marker.

SNP

1 abbreviation for sodium nitroprusside.
2 abbreviation for single nucleotide polymorphism.

SNP

Abbreviation for:
School Nurse Practitioner
Scottish Nationalist Party 
single nucleotide polymorphism  
sinonasal polyposis
sinus node potential
sodium nitroprusside
special needs plan
synaptophysin

SNP

(snip)
Acronym for single nucleotide polymorphisms.

SNP

abbrev. SINGLE NUCLEOTIDE POLYMORPHISM.
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This was a council election the SNP fought on local issues, which is probably why the SNP won so emphatically.
A Labour document claims 20 promises have been delivered by the SNP, 10 have been partly delivered, but 38 have not been delivered.
Even in coalition with the Liberal Democrats, neither the SNP nor Labour could command a majority, and the Liberal Democrats appear to have ruled out a coalition with Labour, but an SNP-Lib Dem-Green coalition would have a single vote majority.
The interfaces to SNP are programmable for all JTAG and trace features.
The SNP also replaced Labour as the largest party in Edinburgh and Aberdeen, as well as in North Lanarkshire, West Dunbartonshire and Renfrewshire, where Labour had majorities in 2012.
A lot of that referendum emotion has carried through, and with Nicola Sturgeon being one of the most able politicians in the UK, not just Scotland, there is a lot going for the SNP.
With the Tories at 17 seats, Lib Dems on 16, the Greens on two and one independent, neither SNP nor Labour could reach a majority solely in coalition with the Lib Dems.
An SNP spokesman said: "On Mr Corbyn's trip, perhaps he can discuss the policy differences with the head of his Scottish branch office such as Trident renewal.
In Scotland it is only the strong voice of SNP MPs at Westminster combined with an effective SNP Government that has protected Scotland from the full force of the Tories at Westminster.
Behind the slick PR of the SNP machine is a party embracing rich men and the austerity that it publicly denounces.