• (adj): Given a completely different form or appearance.
    Example: "Shocked to see the transformed landscape"

Some articles on transformed:

Seeds Of Change: Five Plants That Transformed Mankind
... Seeds of Change Five plants that transformed mankind is a 1985 book by Henry Hobhouse, formerly a journalist for The Economist, News Chronicle, Daily Express, and the Wall Street Journal, consultant to the ... the book, Seeds of Change Six plants that transformed mankind, he adds the coca plant to the list ...
Factors Affecting Transformation Efficiency
... better transformation efficiency than relaxed plasmids which are transformed at around 75% efficiency of supercoiled ones ... Single-stranded DNAs are transformed at 104 lower efficiency than double-stranded ones ... For linear DNA, which is poorly transformed in E ...
Chimera (plant) - Chimeras in Plant Transformation
... Tissued transformed with exogenous genes could contain both transformed cells and non-transformed cells ... or antibiotics resistance genes is utilized to distinguish the transformed ones with untransformed ones ...
Sum Of Absolute Transformed Differences
... Sum of absolute transformed differences (SATD) is a widely used video quality metric used for block-matching in motion estimation for video compression ... in x264, a series of 4×4 blocks are transformed rather than doing the more processor-intensive 16×16 transform ...

Famous quotes containing the word transformed:

    It is commonplace that a problem stated is well on its way to solution, for statement of the nature of a problem signifies that the underlying quality is being transformed into determinate distinctions of terms and relations or has become an object of articulate thought.
    John Dewey (1859–1952)

    But love is blind, and lovers cannot see
    The pretty follies that themselves commit,
    For if they could, Cupid himself would blush
    To see me thus transformed to a boy.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Science is the only truth and it is the great lie. It knows nothing, and people think it knows everything. It is misrepresented. People think that science is electricity, automobilism, and dirigible balloons. It is something very different. It is life devouring itself. It is the sensibility transformed into intelligence. It is the need to know stifling the need to live. It is the genius of knowledge vivisecting the vital genius.
    Rémy De Gourmont (1858–1915)