Definitions for "Hybridization"
A technique where a denatured (single-stranded) nucleotide chain (DNA or RNA) is allowed to pair with another single-stranded nucleotide chain. Hybridization will only occur if the two sequences are sufficiently related for a substantial number of hydrogen bonds to form between their complementary bases.
1. Joining of two complementary strands of DNA, or of DNA and RNA, to form a double stranded molecule. 2. Process of sexual exchange between two plants to produce hybrid plants.
Association of two complementary nucleic acid strands to form double-stranded molecules, which can contain two DNA strands, two RNA strands, or one DNA and one RNA strand. Used experimentally in various ways to detect specific DNA or RNA sequences.
Formation of energetically equivalent orbitals from orbitals of different energy levels. For example the 2s2 and 2p2 orbitals of carbon hybridize to form 4 sp3 hybrid orbitals, each containing one electron.
a process in which several atomic orbitals of similar energy (such as and orbitals) are combined to form the same number of equivalent hybrid orbitals of equal energy.
A process in which things are mixed. A resonance hybrid is a mixture, or average, of two or more Lewis structures. Hybrid orbitals are formed by mixing two or more atomic orbitals.
A breeding method in which two varieties are crossed to generate new variability and to produce desired recombinants. The hybrids are allowed to self-pollinate and the segregating populations are handled by an appropriate method.
the cross-fertilization or breeding of plants and animals to get the best.
A hybridoma is a new cell resulting from the fusion of a particular type of immortal tumour cell line (one that divides continuously) , such as a myeloma, with an antibody-producing B lymphocyte. Cultures of such cells can grow continuously and can secrete antibodies against the antigen of interest. See also Monoclonal antibody; Myeloma.
(1) The assimilation of foreign terms into a language (2)The intermingling of the legal systems of common law and civil law countries as a consequence of globalization.
a very powerful technique for constructing nanostructures, as shown, for instance, by N
Is the act or process of creating a new instrument which has two or more credit, equity, currency or commodity characteristics.
Keywords:  mass, reaction, transport, limited
a mass transport-limited reaction
Keywords:  act
The act of hybridizing, or the state of being hybridized.