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translocate

(trăns-lō′kāt′, trănz-)
tr.v. translo·cated, translo·cating, translo·cates
1. To cause to change from one place or position to another; displace.
2. To transfer (a chromosomal segment) to a new position; cause to undergo translocation.
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The present study was initiated to determine the potential of translocating nonspawning nearshore conch to offshore sites as a method to augment spawning aggregations and as an aid in the recovery of the queen conch population in the Florida Keys.
Therefore, translocating nearshore conch offshore would, in effect, link these isolated environments.
The cost of translocating one individual thus could be used to compensate up to 30 killed animals.
6 livestock heads/year, but the cost of translocating it would be equivalent to compensate for 15 heads.
But it was the ministry which had halted reintroduction of tigers in Sariska -- after translocating three tigers -- early last year.
In a much less dramatic fashion, this absurd scenario plays out every day, when tons of live animals and unprocessed animal products are shipped internationally around the globe, providing many opportunities for rapidly translocating zoonotic pathogens.
6,780,846, "Membrane translocating peptide drug delivery system.
For the past month, energy stores in leaves have been translocating down into root and crown areas.