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catenate

[′kat·ən‚āt]
(computer science)
To arrange a collection of items in a chained list or catena.
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To manipulate DNA we take various enzymes from a variety of organisms for catenating, splitting, cutting and copying DNA.
At this writing, disobedient citizens are occupying Wall Street, the aspens of the Colorado mountains are burning electric yellow, and John Zorn is catenating my Pandora.
catenate(K, L): return the list formed by catenating K and L, with K first.