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recombine

(rē′kəm-bīn′)
v. recom·bined, recom·bining, recom·bines
v.intr.
Genetics To undergo or cause recombination; form new combinations.
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Some scientists believe Saturn's moon Hyperion, photographed in 1981 by Voyager 2, consists of fragments that recombined after a collision with another large object shattered it.
The generally necrotic black and white photographs in this new show employ the same elements that Witkin has combined and recombined for years: abundant art-historical references, manipulated negatives and prints, and Baroque staging and lighting.
Each chunk is a form of rock called a breccia, consisting of small particles of various rocks and minerals crushed and recombined by impacts on the lunar surface.
The excess yield was recombined to create IO securities similar in form to standard agency trust IOs, with each tranche collateralized by mortgage loans having similar coupons, original terms, and loan age characteristics.
Although Marcaccio presents paintings as a set of conventions that can be endlessly broken down and recombined but have no inherent weight of their own, the result is a paradoxical originality; certainly no one else's paintings look remotely like these--and with such awkward enjoyments that's no small relief.
Molecular biologists are using them to understand how DNA strands can be broken, then recombined into knotted forms.
If the two paths are precisely equal, the recombined waves will reinforce each other.
This is a standard test of the wave nature of light: A wave splits in two, and when it is recombined it interferes -- that is, its brightness reinforces or cancels depending on whether the two half-beams are still in phase or not.
If a beam of neutrons is split in two and sent on different paths and then recombined, the two halves will be in or out of phase with each other according to whether the two paths were equal or not.
Several weeks later, astronauts from the second crew recombined all the tubes into their intended A-frame (55 feet on a side) and erected the sunshade, finally reducing temperatures that had gotten as high within Skylab as 135[deg.
If what the halfsilvered mirror splits is a wave, and the two half waves are recombined after they have gone over unequal distances, they will be out of phase with each other.