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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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That's where the energy comes from - splitting water stores the energy and recombining it releases the energy.
We strongly believe that greater shareholder value can be obtained by recombining the financial strength of UtiliCorp with Aquila's growth potential.
But the underlying premises are the same: young artists are still starting from the idea of "the end of the new" - recombining and recycling an enormous stock of found images.
Elitzur and Lev Vaidman of Tel Aviv University in Ramat Aviv, Israel, developed a scheme in which a partially silvered mirror splits a photon so it travels along two separate optical paths before recombining.
To measure the index of refraction that arises from sodium matter waves traveling through a gas, Pritchard and his colleagues split a sodium beam in two, then sent the two components along separate paths before recombining them (see diagram).
Kahn continued, "As we look ahead, we believe we can grow both businesses more quickly and reach profitability at an accelerated pace by recombining dELiA*s and iTurf.
It suggests that researchers "need to preemptively do risk assessments" of the likelihood of different agents recombining, he says.
This layer reduces the chance of light-ejected electrons recombining with the "holes" left behind.
By breaking down and recombining data at this level, each tool is able to communicate the complex semantics of its own meta data.
Some of the initial work in recombining subunits involves adding segments of antibody molecules to catalytic regions of other enzymes, so that the new molecule will be easier to purify.