Recombination meaning

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The natural or artificial rearrangement of genetic material in living organisms or viruses, especially the creation in offspring of sexually reproducing parents of new combinations of genes through the process of crossing over during meiosis.
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A combining again.
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The appearance in offspring of new combinations of allelic genes not present in either parent, produced from the mixing of genetic material, as by crossing-over.
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The natural or artificial rearrangement of genetic material in living organisms or viruses, especially the creation in offspring of sexually reproducing parents of new combinations of genes through the process of crossing over during meiosis.
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Combination a second or subsequent time.
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(genetics) The formation of genetic combinations in offspring that are not present in the parents.
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(chemistry) The reverse of dissociation.
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