For never shall being from being be sundered so as to lose its continuity by dispersion or recombination.
In these cases, also, recombination can be partially effected by the rays.
The recombination of ions which do not possess considerable amounts of energy does not seem to give rise to luminosity.
In other words, there has been segregation of racial characters followed by their recombination in a hybrid race.
If this recombination happened in the mineral we should not have the concentric spheres so well defined as we see them to be.
The result was not due to selection, but to the recombination of the factors necessary to make the Game plumage coloration.
The rate of recombination depends upon the product of the number of each sign present in unit volume.
Pears within a species are changed only by a recombination of the characters possessed by the species.
All personality is recombination; and all emotions are of the dead.
The ionic density is therefore high, and recombination very rapidly removes the ions after they are formed.
recombination re·com·bi·na·tion (rē'kŏm-bə-nā'shən)
The natural formation in offspring of genetic combinations not present in parents by the processes of crossing over or independent assortment.