Definitions for "Recombination"
A large-scale rearrangement of a DNA molecule. The process by which progeny derive a combination of genes different from that of either parent.
exchange of segments between chromosomes or other DNA molecules. In eukaryotes, recombination usually involves the reciprocal exchange of chromatid segments during crossing over.
The natural process of breaking and rejoining DNA strands to produce new combinations of genes and, thus, generate genetic variation. Gene crossover during meiosis.
Combination a second or additional time.
Process by which electron-hole pairs are removed
The bonding of ions and free electrons to form neutral atoms and molecules.
Keywords:  gasses, vrla, hydrogen, battery, oxygen
State in which the hydrogen and oxygen gases normally formed within the battery cell during charging are recombined to form water.
Recombination of the oxygen and hydrogen produced by gassing inside a VRLA.
State in which the gasses normally formed within the battery cell during its operation, are recombined to form water.
Two markers are said to be 1 cM apart if they are separated by recombination 1% of the time. (IOOakRidge) Recombinação 1946 - M. Delbruck demonstra a existência de recombinação em vírus. (POUniverRS)
a topic of intrinsic interest for scientists studying biodiversity, evolution, mutation, and replication of these viruses
a wide-spread phenomenon reported for a variety of RNA-containing viruses, direct evidence to support the theory that modern splicing systems, together with the exon-intron structure, have evolved from the ability of RNA to recombine, is lacking
The action by which oxygen gas produced on overcharge is recombined chemically to avoid venting of a sealed cell and loss of water from the electrolyte.
a powerful and versatile method that, in principle, should be applicable to all species of coronaviruses
a Possible Mechanism for Declarative Memory