the act of assorting; distribution; classification.
a collection of various kinds of things; a mixed collection.
Origin of assortment
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Only when this reassortment of forms took place was the modern symbolic value of the foot: feet alternation clearly established.Language
the formation of a hybrid virus containing parts from the genomes of two distinct viruses in a mixed infection
a collection or group of various things or sorts
the act of assorting
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The relationship between non-allelic genetic traits that are transmitted from parent to child independently and according to the degree of linkage between the respective loci.
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