or formed by combining genetic material from organisms in different genera) are regulated by EPA trader the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) (2).
This is the first known case of intergeneric
hybridization in the Coraciiformes and the second known case of hybridization in the family Momotidae (McCarthy 2006).
transfers concern mainly species of the so-called
The ND-3/ND-4 region exhibited substantially more intraspecific, interspecific, and intergeneric
variation than the 12S/16S rRNA region.
Increased taxon and character sampling reveals novel intergeneric
relationships in the Cracidae (Aves: Galliformes).
The Biodome hybridization event is further interesting in a historical context because it was a Mniotilta X Dendroica hybrid that Parkes (1978) used to present his paradoxical observation of a tendency towards intergeneric
hybridization in wood-warblers and other avian groups.
phylogenetic relationships of swallows estimated by DNA-DNA hybridization.
The same accession has been included in a large number of interspecific and intergeneric
hybrids, but only the data from hybrids with Secale are conclusive with regard to pairing of the Hordeum chromosomes (see above).
It was not considered an outgroup in this work because of the suggestion that it may have originated via intergeneric
hybridization between Chuquiraga and Barnadesia in the Northern Andes in relatively recent times (Stuessy et al.
Most unusual were intergeneric
hybrids reported between Black Kite and Common Buzzard near Rome, Italy, that produced rather strange-looking offspring (Corso and Glidi 1998).
The mule ducks are sterile intergeneric
hybrids which are produced by crossing Pekin or Kaiya (crossbred Pekin* White Tsaiya) female ducks with Muscovy drakes (Cairina moschata).
A new intergeneric
wood-warbler hybrid (Parula americana x Dendroica coronata) (Aves: Fringillidae).