Definition of Nonrecombinant

1. Adjective. Not recombinant ¹



2. Noun. Such a cell or organism ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Nonrecombinant

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonrecombinant

nonrecessionary
nonrecidivist
nonrecidivists
nonrecipient
nonrecipients
nonreciprocal
nonreciprocal contact inhibition
nonreciprocally
nonreciprocating
nonreciprocity
nonrecirculating
nonrecognition
nonrecognitions
nonrecognizable
nonrecoil
nonrecombinant (current term)
nonrecombinants
nonrecombining
nonreconfigurable
nonreconstituted
nonreconstructed
nonrecordable
nonrecorded
nonrecording
nonrecourse
nonrecoverable
nonrecreational
nonrecruited
nonrecruiting
nonrectangular

Literary usage of Nonrecombinant

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1. Microbial and Phenotypic Definition of Rats and Mice: Proceedings of the by National Research Council Staff, ebrary, Inc, National Research Council, International Committee, Commission on Life Sciences, National Academy of Sciences (1999)
"The nonrecombinant DNA around the mutation is from the original donor strain. This distinction is important when positionally cloning genes because in the ..."

2. Biotechnology: Risk Assessment, Bibliography January 86-April 94 edited by Daniel Cabirac, Raymond Dobert (1998)
"The model was tested against data reported from three field applications of nonrecombinant bacteria and two applications of recombinant bacteria. ..."

3. Biotechnology in a Global Economy by DIANE Publishing Company (1992)
"nonrecombinant biopesticides based on BT have some advantages over chemical pesticides: they are highly toxic to specific pests, leaving humans, crops, ..."

4. Biotechnology in a Global Economy by Office of Technology Assessment, United States, Congress (1991)
"nonrecombinant biopesticides based on BT have some advantages over chemical pesticides: they are highly toxic to specific pests, leaving humans, crops, ..."

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