hybrid vigour


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hybrid vigour

n
(Biology) biology the increased size, strength, etc, of a hybrid as compared to either of its parents. Also called: heterosis
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The present genetic diversity results in inbred lines showed promising potential of breeding for hybrid vigour.
Exploitation of hybrid vigour in crop plants for quantum jump in yield and other quantitative characters is one of the approaches in crop improvement to cope up with the ever-increasing demand for food grains and oil production.
On Friday, August 26, record label Hybrid Vigour has gathered punk-inspired bands - including Newcastle-based The Old Police House Collective - for a gig at Tyneside Cinema's Pop-Up Film School (7.
Again, its size and grazing ability - not to mention hybrid vigour - make it well suited to cross with our Welsh Black cattle - and the Welsh climate.
By and large hybrids performed better against the parents which are expected due to hybrid vigour expressed by the [F.
Heterosis or hybrid vigour is regarded as superiority of F1 hybrids over their parents and or over check varieties/hybrids.
Hybrid vigour Ahead of its launch, Tesla stressed that the base price for its cars would be the same around the world, with retail differences only due to shipping costs and tax issues.
It has resistance to rust and white tip, while hybrid vigour ensures strong, healthy plants ready for lifting all through winter.
WHEN I was a boy they called it hybrid vigour, the implication being that cross dogs or mongrels were healthier than their pedigree counterparts.
And the hybrid vigour means the cattle can't wait to get onto the mainly rye grass pasture whatever the weather.
Collaborating scientists will further develop the understanding of hybrid vigour in rice and will work to develop hybrids with better resistance to brown planthopper, a key insect pest.