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v. hy·brid·ized, hy·brid·iz·ing, hy·brid·iz·es
1. To produce hybrids; crossbreed.
2. To form base pairs between complementary regions of two strands of DNA that were not originally paired.
To cause to produce a hybrid; crossbreed.

hy′brid·i·za′tion (-brĭ-dĭ-zā′shən) n.
hy′brid·iz′er n.
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Every hybridizer knows how unfavourable exposure to wet is to the fertilisation of a flower, yet what a multitude of flowers have their anthers and stigmas fully exposed to the weather
Discussions of grape varieties include genetic make-up, growing characteristics and winemaking possibilities--all from the standpoint of the hybridizer.
Tender are invited for Reagents And Kits Compatible Apparatus In Situ Hybridizer For Sish Or Equivalent
Jackson & Perkins, founded in 1872, is to this day the world's foremost hybridizer of garden roses, with more award-winning rose introductions than any other company.
Therefore, I intend to analyze how Rodriguez inserts those factors within the Anglo urban space as a hybridizer mechanism between both cultures: Anglo and Latino.
I know one hybridizer who's trying to genetically modify an iris to get a red, but we don't believe in modifying.
Nonetheless, the essay's description of the sampling artist as "editor, mediator, parodist, and hybridizer in contradistinction to the romantic conception of the autonomous artistic genius" (p.
The Joseph Smith Lily Garden was named for a local award-winning lily hybridizer and was founded by the late Hank Hedges, an award-winning gardener, lecturer and educator.
That was where the wizard hybridizer came in, at least according to the many people who regarded Burbank as a foolproof source of lucrative products.
Human 1A microarrays (Agilent Technologies, Palo Alto, CA, USA) were used, and hybridizations were performed on a Lucidea SlidePro Hybridizer (Amersham Biosciences).
Aubrey Christian, a hybridizer who liked creating leaves mottled with combinations of pastels, named his plants after artists such as Michelangelo and Raphael.
Most people are impulse buyers, especially when it comes to roses,'' says Tom Carruth, an award-winning rose hybridizer for Weeks Wholesale Roses in Upland.