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transition The Movies, the Readies, and the Revolution of the Word

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Transitions Christodoulos (#66, 1046–1077) Christodoulos (#66, 1046–1077) Cyril II (#67, 1078–1092) Cyril II (#67, 1078–1092) Michael IV (#68, 1092–1102) Michael IV (#68, 1092–1102) Macarius II (#69, 1102–1128) Macarius II (#69, 1102–1128) Gabriel II (Ibn Turayk)(#70, 1131–1145) Gabriel II (Ibn Turayk)(#70, 1131–1145) Michael V (#71, 1145–1146) Michael V (#71, 1145–1146) John V (#72, 1147–1166) John V (#72, 1147–1166) Mark III (Ibn Zur‘ah) (#73, 1166–1189) Mark III (Ibn Zur‘ah) (#73, 1166–1189) John VI(#74, 1189–1216)

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The substitution of a purine base containing nucleotide for another with a purine base, or a pyrimidine base containing nucleotide for another with a pyrimidine base. Transitions generally occur more frequently in evolution than transversions.

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