(genetics) Able to be covered up by a dominant trait.
Referring to something formed by combining existing elements in a new combination. Especially in the phrase recombinant DNA referring to an organism created in the lab by adding DNA from another species.
combination, Combination a second or subsequent time.
(genetics) The formation of genetic combinations in offspring that are not present in the parents
(chemistry) The reverse of dissociation
Process by which an object, person, place or idea may be copied mimicked or reproduced
In law: a response from the plantiff to the defendant's plea
(genetics) a DNA molecule or a region of DNA that replicates as an individual unit. A replicon may be, for instance, a chromosome, a plasmid or a phage.
(microbial genetics) A mutant that has reverted to its former genotype or to the original phenotype by means of a suppressor mutation.