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intercross

(ˌɪntəˈkrɒs)
vb, n
(Biology) another word for crossbreed

in•ter•cross

(v. ˌɪn tərˈkrɔs, -ˈkrɒs; n. ˈɪn tərˌkrɔs, -ˌkrɒs)
v.t.
1. to cross in interbreeding.
v.i.
2. to interbreed.
n.
3. an instance of cross-fertilization.

intercross


Past participle: intercrossed
Gerund: intercrossing

Imperative
intercross
intercross
Present
I intercross
you intercross
he/she/it intercrosses
we intercross
you intercross
they intercross
Preterite
I intercrossed
you intercrossed
he/she/it intercrossed
we intercrossed
you intercrossed
they intercrossed
Present Continuous
I am intercrossing
you are intercrossing
he/she/it is intercrossing
we are intercrossing
you are intercrossing
they are intercrossing
Present Perfect
I have intercrossed
you have intercrossed
he/she/it has intercrossed
we have intercrossed
you have intercrossed
they have intercrossed
Past Continuous
I was intercrossing
you were intercrossing
he/she/it was intercrossing
we were intercrossing
you were intercrossing
they were intercrossing
Past Perfect
I had intercrossed
you had intercrossed
he/she/it had intercrossed
we had intercrossed
you had intercrossed
they had intercrossed
Future
I will intercross
you will intercross
he/she/it will intercross
we will intercross
you will intercross
they will intercross
Future Perfect
I will have intercrossed
you will have intercrossed
he/she/it will have intercrossed
we will have intercrossed
you will have intercrossed
they will have intercrossed
Future Continuous
I will be intercrossing
you will be intercrossing
he/she/it will be intercrossing
we will be intercrossing
you will be intercrossing
they will be intercrossing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been intercrossing
you have been intercrossing
he/she/it has been intercrossing
we have been intercrossing
you have been intercrossing
they have been intercrossing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been intercrossing
you will have been intercrossing
he/she/it will have been intercrossing
we will have been intercrossing
you will have been intercrossing
they will have been intercrossing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been intercrossing
you had been intercrossing
he/she/it had been intercrossing
we had been intercrossing
you had been intercrossing
they had been intercrossing
Conditional
I would intercross
you would intercross
he/she/it would intercross
we would intercross
you would intercross
they would intercross
Past Conditional
I would have intercrossed
you would have intercrossed
he/she/it would have intercrossed
we would have intercrossed
you would have intercrossed
they would have intercrossed
Translations

intercross

(Biol)
vt animals, plantskreuzen
visich kreuzen
n (crossbreeding) → Kreuzen nt; (hybrid) → Kreuzung
References in classic literature ?
In the four succeeding chapters, the most apparent and gravest difficulties on the theory will be given: namely, first, the difficulties of transitions, or in understanding how a simple being or a simple organ can be changed and perfected into a highly developed being or elaborately constructed organ; secondly the subject of Instinct, or the mental powers of animals, thirdly, Hybridism, or the infertility of species and the fertility of varieties when intercrossed; and fourthly, the imperfection of the Geological Record.
For instance, using Illumina PorcineSNP60 Beadchip, Luo et al [8] identified 40 significant SNPs for IMF in a porcine Large White x Minzhu intercross population, while Ma et al [24] detected 7 and 25 significant SNPs for IMF in the Duroc x Erhualian F2 animals and Chinese Sutai pigs.
A variant of this analysis that has been proposed is called a recombinant inbred intercross or RIX (formally known as a diallel cross).
We previously performed QTL mapping for body weight in the same [F.sub.2] intercross population and identified four significant QTL on Chrs 1, 2, 5, and 17 [11].
Then the intercross and variation steps in the GA can be adopted to deal with the particles in resampling step for avoiding the particle degeneracy and loss of diversity.
During intercross phase, 10 males and 100 females were selected from introgression population by foreground selection and background selection to mate each other for next generation.
Finally, in 1996, the FWS and NMFS introduced an "intercross policy" that would allow for the listing of hybrids when they "more closely resemble a parent belonging to a listed species than they resemble individuals intermediate between their listed and unlisted parents." (52) This "intercross policy" was never passed; however, it was never formally withdrawn either.
A final step is to intercross third backcrosses with each other to produce trees ([B.sub.3]-F2) that have a chance of inheriting the genes for blight resistance from both parents.
Lines in two rich yellow pigments intercross and then are cropped off at the right edge.
ruziziensis progenies (2n = 4x = 36) derived from a population obtained from intercross 8 plants from the Embrapa Gado de Leite breeding program that were duplicated with colchicine.
chinensis to the salt-drought intercross stress conditions has not been reported.
Teale, "Fine mapping of trypanosomiasis resistance loci in murine advanced intercross lines," Mammalian Genome, vol.