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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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The positive trials were equally divided in the intact, recombined, and new irrelevant dimension.
Based on nonbolting tendency, sugar concentration and yield, and resistance to rhizomania and powdery mildew, a 5 to 10% selection intensity was imposed and stecklings of the selected families were recombined through the segregating genetic male steriles.
We termed that furnish "recombined stock." The strength properties of the recombined stock (fractionated stock) were measured and compared with those of refined feed stock (unfractionated stock).
Such pairs are not used intact in the palindrome, as that would undesirably result, usually, in the same term appearing in it twice; rather, they are recombined to create new terms.
Then they are recombined in a four-way star point and routed to the antenna.
Learning resources based on these standards can be reused, recombined, and adapted to the user.
Recombined motifs, mostly in unison, were skewed on diagonals to enrich the textural complexity.
This discipline, financial engineering, approaches complex risks by analytically breaking them into more fundamental units that can be measured, priced and recombined.
They study the recombined genes to find which ones produce potential products.
This side-fed die splits the flow of each polymer three times, resulting in eight flows that are later recombined before the material exits the die.
[USPRwire, Mon Feb 25 2019] Recombined Milk Products Market Overview Recombined milk products reflect the growing influence across the globe, due to its intense flavor.