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Glossary Term Recombination
Definition Transfer of information from one DNA molecule to another. Recombination may be reciprocal, in which case the products are equivalent to breakage of the two DNA molecules and rejoining of the broken ends to form new molecules. Recombination may also be nonreciprocal, in which case the product is equivalent to transfer of information from the donor DNA molecule to the recipient DNA molecule, with no change in the donor DNA molecule. Reciprocal recombination events are also called crossovers.

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