recombine

[ US /ˌɹikəmˈbaɪn/ ]
[ UK /ɹˌiːkəmbˈa‍ɪn/ ]
VERB
  1. to combine or put together again
  2. undergo genetic recombination
    The DNA can recombine
  3. cause genetic recombination
    should scientists recombine DNA?
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How To Use recombine In A Sentence

  • The nerve recombined also beyond the tendon and was subject to compression, proximal to the pisiform bone.
  • Like them, they tend to perpetuate their structure and to breed; they too can fuse, recombine, segregate their content; indeed they too can evolve, and in this evolution selection must surely play an important role. Jason Silva: Darwin's Pharmacy: Sex, Plants and the Evolution of the Noosphere
  • Alcohol molecules bind to the polymer fragments and recombine to create 500-odd new flavor compounds. Smithsonian
  • After entering WTO, State Tobacco Monopoly Bureau merged and recombined the national tobacco industry. Tobacco enterprises are facing an unprecedented survival and development challenge.
  • Change make a form basically have joint - stock collaboration, buy and recombine, go bankrupt shut etc.
  • A genetic algorithm optimization procedurecombined with the dynamic penalty function is adopted. The constraint conditions areapproximated gradually to find the feasible and optimum solutions.
  • Alcohol molecules bind to the polymer fragments and recombine to create 500-odd new flavor compounds. Smithsonian
  • Just like a dream, a hallucination recombines old sensory and mental impressions.
  • The other option is to extract hydrogen from water using renewable-energy sources ... by the time you use the energy to extract hydrogen from water, transport that hydrogen to where car owners can get to it and then recombine it with oxygen to re-extract the energy the cost becomes astronomical. Synthetic Fuels Program, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • It can be seen most clearly when a coherent wave is split into two partial waves that are then recombined to produce a pattern of bright and dark fringes on a screen.
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