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coalesce into (something)

For two or more separate thing to merge or form into one thing. Initially, I wasn't sure if the movie was a drama or comedy, but it coalesced nicely into a dramedy as the plot unfolded.
See also: coalesce
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coalesce into something

[for two or more things] to blend or fuse and become one thing. The fading colors coalesced into a gray blur. In the distance, the crowd coalesced into a single blob.
See also: coalesce
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Evaluations of the different coalescing aids were done in a full formulation and compared at equal loadings of coalescent across the systems.
Among several coalescent population-genetic methods that have been developed to model the evolution of genetic diversity and disparity associated with new species formation, two are especially informative and broadly useful.
DnaSP: DNA polymorphism analyses by the coalescent and other methods.
The coalescent is a model for the genealogical tree of a random sample of n DNA sequences from a large population.
16) triangular, coalescent suture between mesonotum and scutellum distinct, bisegmented.
Coalescent analysis: We analyzed the data as multilocus observations from the Northern and Southern sites using the program IMa2 (Hey & Nielsen 2004), which applies the isolation-migration model for estimation of the relative importance of migration and time since divergence.
Coalescent simulation based on cpDNAsequence variation suggested that the two lineages arose 0.28-0.09 million years before present and that following their divergence migration from Malay/Sumatra to Borneo strongly exceeded migration in the opposite direction.
To give something of the flavor, here are some of the titles in alphabetical order by author, from the top: Barth Anderson, The Patron Saint of Plagues; Margaret Atwood, Oryx and Crake; Stephen Baxter, Coalescent (Destiny's Children 1), Emperor (Time's Tapestry 1), Evolution, Exultant (Destiny's Children 2), The Hunters of Pangaea, Transcendent (Destiny's Children 3).
Three parameters were estimated with coalescent simulations, [tau] = 2[mu]t, [[theta].sub.0] = 2[N.sub.0][mu] and [[theta].sub.1] = 2[N.sub.1][mu], where [mu] is the mutation rate for the locus.
In 15% of the animals from Rhode Island, portions of the hepatopancreatic tubules exhibited pathological necroses that were rated as focal lesions (9%) or coalescent lesions (6%), and were identified as necrotizing hepatopancreatitis.
Both of these tests use coalescent simulations (Hudson, 1990).
Significance of [F.sub.S], D*, and F* was assessed in FSTAT by using 10,000 coalescent simulations (after Rozas et al., 2003) based on the observed number of segregating sites in each sample.
The recharging stations also feature a coalescent filter with a unique method of returning oil to the recovery compressor, ensuring a longer life.