The process in which fragments of DNA from one or more different organisms are combined to form recombinant DNA.(noun)
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Use "gene-splicing" in a sentence
"On the other hand, if you can't otherwise access high-tech gene-splicing equipment or set up massive radio telescope arrays in your back yard, then you should consider colluj or university."
"Nor has gene-splicing (unlike organic farming) produced plant or tree varieties that can adapt to global warming."
"Which would seem crazy if it was just a list of names, but it's so much more - a wordless explanation of what "Splice's" scientists will be doing with their gene-splicing."