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    Noun with adverb

    Now the same technology is allowing genetic engineers to assemble made-to-order viruses, which are essentially genes wrapped in a shell
    Why does a noun go with and adverb here?

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    Re: Noun with adverb

    It is the phrase "genes wrapped in a shell" that is linked to essentially [=relating to the most important characteristics or ideas of something]

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