of or resulting from new combinations of genetic material:
a cell or organism whose genetic complement results from recombination.
the genetic material produced when segments of DNA from different sources are joined to produce recombinant DNA.
produced by the combining of genetic material from more than one origin
a chromosome, cell, organism, etc, the genetic makeup of which results from recombination
recombinant re·com·bi·nant (rē-kŏm’bə-nənt)
An organism or a cell in which genetic recombination has taken place.
Genetic material produced by splicing genes.
Formed by or showing recombination, as a chromosome.
Relating to recombinant DNA.
- Recombinant DNA
noun, Genetics. 1. DNA in which one or more segments or genes have been inserted, either naturally or by laboratory manipulation, from a different molecule or from another part of the same molecule, resulting in a new genetic combination.
- Recombinant DNA technology
noun, Genetics. 1. any of various techniques for separating and recombining segments of DNA or genes, often employing a restriction enzyme to cut a gene from a donor organism and inserting it into a plasmid or viral DNA for transplantation into a host organism, where the gene causes the production of a desired substance either […]
recombinase re·com·bi·nase (rē-kŏm’bə-nās’, -nāz’) n. An enzyme that catalyzes genetic recombination.
[ree-kom-buh-ney-shuh n] /ˌri kɒm bəˈneɪ ʃən/ Genetics. 1. the formation of new combinations of genes, either naturally, by crossing over or independent assortment, or in the laboratory by direct manipulation of genetic material. recombination /ˌriːkɒmbɪˈneɪʃən/ noun 1. (genetics) any of several processes by which genetic material of different origins becomes combined. It most commonly occurs […]