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Definition of Recombinational
1. combinational [adj] - See also: combinational
Lexicographical Neighbors of Recombinational
Literary usage of Recombinational
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Statistics in Molecular Biology and Genetics: Selected Proceedings of a 1997 by Françoise Seillier-Moiseiwitsch (1999)
"If recombination is indicated, the impact on the analysis depends on the size of the recombinational unit. If the inferred recombination event encompasses a ..."
2. Rice Genetics II: Proceedings of the Second International Rice Genetics by International Rice Research Institute (1991)
"Gene transfers from the alien chromosomes into the genomes of cultivated species are achieved through rare recombinational events. Shin and Katayama (1979) ..."
3. A Critique of the Theory of Evolution by Thomas Hunt Morgan, Louis Clark Vanuxem Foundation (1916)
"... other than environmental or recombinational, is not due to variability in a factor, nor to various "potencies" possessed by the same factors. ..."
4. Rice Genetics: Proceedings of the International Rice Workshop at Lusaka by International Rice Research Institute (1986)
"... be made to transfer the alien chromosome segments to the O. sativa genome either through rare recombinational events or through radiation treatments. ..."
5. Statistics and Science: A Festschrift for Terry Speed by Darlene Renee Goldstein, T. P. Speed (2003)
"... the dotted horizontal line is the 95% CI when independence of recombinational histories is assumed, and the unbroken horizontal line is the 95% CI when ..."
6. Biotechnology of Algae: A Bibliography by Virginia Stone (1992)
"... the majority of these sucrose-resistant derivatives had undergone a second recombinational event in which the sacB-containing vector had been lost and ..."
7. Genes in the Field: On-Farm Conservation of Crop Diversity by Stephen B. Brush (1999)
"... of barley CC V. They found that the rate had doubled between generations 8 and 28, indicating an evolution toward increased recombinational potential. ..."