The offspring of the union of two animals or plants derived from recognizably different genetic lines, as two distinct species, or two strains of the same species with known genetic differences; an animal or plant produced from the mixture of two genetic lines. See Mongrel.
A word composed of elements which belong to different languages.
anything derived by a mixture of components or characteristics from two distinctly different sources; as, a musical hybrid; a DNA-RNA hybrid.
Produced from the mixture of two genetically distinct strains; as, plants of hybrid nature.
derived by a mixture of characteristics from two distinctly different sources; as, a hybrid musical style; a hybrid DNA molecule.
a plant derived from two plants of different species; is known to occur between species of the pondweed family.
The progeny of genetically different parents. We are hybrids of our parents (though technically all the same species). Likewise the vast majority of roses are hybrids.
The resulting progeny from the union of two different species (known as a primary hybrid), or of a species and a hybrid, or of two hybrids (known as a complex hybrid).
A composite laminate comprised of laminae of two or more composite material systems. Or, a combination of two or more different fibers such as carbon and glass or carbon and aramid into a structure (tapes, fabrics and other forms may be combined).
A version of A-GPS. SnapTrackâ€(tm)s hybrid A-GPS merges GPS and network solutions by collecting measurements from the GPS constellation and cellular/PCS network, then sending the information to SnapTrackâ€(tm)s Position Determination Entity (PDE), located in the network, where the measurements are combined to produce an accurate position. This solution is flexible enough to allow the location functionality to be built in a variety of configurationsâ€”signal measurements can be performed at the handset or the base station, or both.
The use of two file systems (usually ISO 9660 and HFS) on a single CD-ROM. The file system data, i.e. Volume Descriptors etc, occupy different areas on the disc. Hybrid discs are designed to be used on two different computer systems e.g. PC and Macintosh. The disc will contain common data, accessible by both file systems and data unique to only one system.
A plant that is the result of the mating of two different species.
A sexual combination of two differing strains or species resulting in a unique progeny plant. F1 hybrids often are used in maize and sorghum and is the single cross between two inbred parents resulting in a uniform first Filial generation (F1). Hybrids between species are often sterile but occasionally result in a new species through chromosome doubling.
A cross between two different genera or species.
An individual that results from cross-breeding of two species. Ideally a hybrid will inherit the favorable traits of both parents. Sometimes there seems to be some kind of synergy that occurs and the resulting individual has special qualities not found in either parent. Usually, a hybrid will have some of the weaknesses of its parents. Sometimes, too, weaknesses will be found that occur in neither parent.
The offspring of two plants or animals of different species or varieties, for example, a mule - a hybrid of a male donkey and a mare.
A device that converts the two-wire local loop to the four-wire central office.
n. (L. hibrida, cross) any cross-bred plant; heterozygote.
A plant resulting from a cross between two or more plants, genetically unlike e.g. a cross between two species in the same genus (or even in different genera) eg Wild Plum
offspring from the mating ofgenetically dissimilar parents.
In viticulture, a cross between two different species or varieties of grapes, with the purpose of creating a new grape variety with especially desirable characteristics.
The result of mating two organisms from different species or genetically very different members of the same species.
Plant created by crossing two related species
Hybrid plants are the result of a cross-pollination, that is, the breeding of two plants that differ genetically in some way; the two plants can be of different varieties or even species. Hybrids, which are also referred to as first-generation or F1 plants, will generally not produce offspring with the same characteristics as themselves. In fact, most often, the second generation will be markedly inferior. For this reason, gardeners who save their own seed should focus on open-pollinated varieties, which will remain true, generation after generation.
an organism that is the offspring of two different varieties
A game whose rules include facilitating elements for more than one mode of play. Observed functional hybrids to date include only two GNS modes rather than all three, and one of the modes may be considered primary or dominant, with the other playing a supportive role. See my review of The Riddle of Steel.
the offspring of two animals or plants of different species.
An organism made by crossing two different species.
Plants resulting from a cross between parents that are genetically unlike.
an offspring of genetically different parents (in a Flora, usually applied where the parents are of different species).
Offspring resultant from sexual union of a male and female from different races, species, genera, etc.
When two different species mate, a hybrid results. ICF has produced hybrids experimentally in the past, but does not hybridize cranes regularly. Formation of hybrids in the wild is extremely rare.
This is produced by a cross-fertilization between two species. This happens a lot more often than botanists would like, since a species is presumed to have distinct genetic characteristics and shouldn't do this hybridizing thing as often as it does. Most of the dozen or so species of Silk Tassel are really genetically the same, and the three hundred species of Aconite worldwide are all capable of hybridizing as well.
the offspring resulting from crossbreeding between two different species; in guppies, the resulting fish from a cross between two different strains.
Character with a spec class different from base class.
The product of a cross between genetically dissimilar parents.
An offspring produced by mating plants or animals of different species, varieties, or genotypes.
(v. hybridize) offspring of two individuals of different genotypes
An individual produced from genetically different parents. The term is often reserved by plant breeders for cases where the parents differ in several important respects. Hybrid are often more vigorous than either parent, but cannot breed true.
An individual (plant or animal) whose parents are different varieties of the same species or belong to different but closely allied species.
individual organism resulting from a cross between parents of differing genotypes. Hybrids may be fertile or sterile, depending on qualitative and/or quantitative differences in the genomes of the two parents. Hybrids are most commonly formed by sexual cross-fertilization between compatible organisms, but techniques for the production of hybrids from widely differing organisms are being developed by cell fusion and tissue culture. [CUB slightly modified by JVG
offspring of parents that differ in one or more heritable characters. Also refers to offspring of parents of different species.
crossing two individual spcies.
A combination of two or more methods or systems.
a plant that is selected through breeding from a particular species generally for having superior qualities over the parent species
In its simplest form, a first-generation cross between two genetically diverse parents. Imperfect flower. Flower lacking either the stamen or the pistil.
A genetic mixture; the offspring of two genetically different parents. Hybrids are usually heterozygous for a variety of genes.
Science. Something that is heterogeneous; a composite. Genetics. an offspring of two genetically different parents, or even different species. see HETEROZYGOTE. Petrology. an igneous rock formed by the assimilation of wall rock into a magma or by the mixing of two magmas. of or relating to a rock so formed. Thus, hybrid rock. of or relating to a rock so formed.
the result of a cross or mating between two different kinds of parents.
A hybrid telephone system is one which, although designed as a key system, can mix the specific key telephones with standard two-wire multifrequency or dial telephones as used on a PBX.
A cross between two parent plants that are are from the same species but donâ€™t look exactly like each other.
A hybrid grape results from a cross between a Vitis vinifera variety - such as Riesling or Pinot Noir - with an American vine. This is distinct from a crossing. Glossary pages: XYZ
A functional unit in which two or more different technologies are combined to satisfy a given requirement.
The offspring of genetically different parents, usually of distinct species.
an individual that is the result of a cross between two genetically distinct parental types
In viticulture, the result of a cross between two different grape varieties.
offspring of mixed ancestry.
an offspring whose parents belong to two different strains, varieties or species.
A cross between two species that results in a sterile (but often more desirable) offspring.
mixed breed that occurs when two different subspecies of animals mate and bear young.
A plant or animal resulting from a cross between two closely related species that do not normally cross.
(See Tomatoes) The offspring of two similar animals or plants. Some hybrids occur naturally; some are deliberately engineered.
condition in which the hybrid animal is a cross between different species or animals with one or more heritable characters.
A cross between a horse and one of the other equids, such as an ass or a zebra.
A composite laminate containing two or more different reinforcement or resin systems.
Offspring resulting from the cross of two different varieties or species. The greater the genetic distance between the parents (that is, the more different the parents are), the more likely the hybrid is to be sterile. A mule is an example of a hybrid, and results from the cross of a donkey and horse. Hybrids, especially fertile hybrids, occur much more readily in plants than in animals. An example of a commonly used hybrid plant is wheat, which contains the genes of three closely-related plants.
the offsrping of a cross between two different species, races, varieties or strains.
a word that is composed of parts from different languages (e.g., `monolingual' has a Greek prefix and a Latin root)
a blending of two different species, usually breeding desirable traits into the new plant
a car where two different types of motors supply power to the wheels
a character that actively uses weapons from two different proficiencies or one weapon from a proficiency and one weapon in which she is not proficient
a combination of different mutated genes pairs that will produce a new phenotype, usually a blend of the effect of the gene pairs involved in the cross
a composite of or two or more species of animal and/or human
a cross between a cellular phone and VoWiFi
a cross between a mountain and a road bike
a cross between an iron a
a cross between an iron and
a cross between a popup camper (tentage all the way around) and a travel trailer (no tentage at all)
a cross between related species that cannot produce offspring that are like themselves
a cross between two different cultivars
a cross between two different plant varieties to get the valued attributes of each variety
a cross between two different species that usually has infertile offspring," Morrone says
a cross between two known entities
a cross between two plants that results in a new plant displaying desirable characteristics of both parents
a cross between two unrelated purebred lines producing a healthier puppy
a cross-breed, the result of taking features from two different sources and creating something different, with aspects of both
a crossing between a mountainbike(MTB) and a race bike
a cross of one pure breed to another
a cross of plants of the same species
a cross-species mix that generally produces infertile offspring, such as a horse and a donkey producing a mule
a finch (though this applies to all animals) that is produced from the pairing of two different species of finch
a first generation cross of two genetically different selections
a fish derived from two different allele's, sometimes called a single dose
a genetic cross between a male of one species and a female of another
an automobile that runs on two or more types of energy
an individual with two different alleles at a particular genetic locus
an off spring of two plant s of different varieties and the seeds they produce tend to be inferior
an offspring of two plants of differnt varieties and the seeds they produce tend to be inferior
an organism that receives different genetic information from a
a plant derived from the interbreeding or cross-fertilization of two different species or their variants
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a program that combines two or more programs to eliminate mortgage insurance premiums -- which can be very expensive each month and cut into your buying power
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a super-sized version of a mirid (not to be confused with myriad ), a variety of leaf bug
a word made up of elements from two or more different languages
Offspring resulting from breeding between parents of two different species.
The offspring resulting from reproduction between two closely related species (e.g., a domestic dog and a wolf).
A plant that is the offspring of two parent plants of differing varieties, species, or cultivars.
A plant resulting from a cross between two pure-breeding lines.
A grape variety that has been bred by crossing the European grape variety Vitis vinifera with an American variety Vitis labrusca. Hybrids are typically bred to impart fungal resistance, and as such, hybrid vines are usually planted in warm climates with summer dominant rainfall. Chambourcin is a well known hybrid grown in Australia.
Plant created by crossing two species of the same genus or two varieties of the same species.
A viable daughter cell resulting from the fusion of two parent cells.
In the camellia world a plant resulting from the cross between two different species or other hybrids. Such as a cross between a Camellia japonica and C. reticulata.
An organism that has heterozygous alleles (or genes) for one or more traits.
A cross between two species, sub-species or varieties.
Hybrid is a plant that results due to cross pollination of plants that differ in their genetics
hybrida) 1. The offspring of two parents that are genetically different. A cross between two genetically unlike individuals. 2. A heteroduplex DNA or DNA-RNA molecule.
an offspring of a cross between two genetically unlike individuals.
Grape variety bred from number of different species.
A cross between two unrelated plants.
A cross between two grape varieties. Achieved by cross-pollination as opposed to grafting.
A cross between two different species of bird.
Result of a cross between two dissimilar parents.
A plant resulting from the cross-pollination of genetically dissimilar plants.
An analog 2 wire to 4 wire (and vice versa) converter.
The offspring resulting from the union of a species or hybrid with another species or hybrid.
line of plants produced from a cross between genetically dissimilar parents
An individual resulting from a cross between two genetically unlike parents.
New plant produced from crossing genetically different parents.
The progeny resulting from a cross of individuals that differ in one or more heritable characters.
The offspring of any cross between two organisms of different genotypes.
a bike that combines features of road and mountain bikes. Also called a cross bike.
Offspring resulting from the mating of two different species
the progeny resulting from the crossing of two parents with different genetic systems, i.e. usually of different species
variety bred from members of different species
Hybride Hybrid, n Híbrido A plant resulting in a cross between two unlike parents.
The offspring of a cross between species or hybrids.
a plant that has parents of different species
an animal or plant produced by a male and female of different species, varieties, or breeds.
A cross between two organisms that are genetically different.
Result of a sexual cross between two different taxa.
Offspring of parents of different species or varieties.
An organism that is a cross between two differing varieties. Often times, this organism's genotype will be heterozygous.
A cat produced by crossbreeding cats of two different breeds together. Some hybrids may be registered as one of the two parent breeds, others may not. This depends on the breed standards. For example, it is allowable to mate a Bombay with a Burmese to produce hybrid Bombays.
Grape variety bred from an American vine species and a European one.
The offspring resulting from a cross between two species.
a distinct plant resulting from a cross between two species, varieties, cultivars, strains, or any combination of the above Microclimate—the climate of a small area such as a backyard influenced by the amount of sun, wind or moisture received
A product created by the marriage of two different technologies. Meant here as the combination of a dynamic woofer with an electrostatic transducer.
a cross-breed between two species.
A crossbreed. The offspring of two different species
The offspring deriving from the mating of members of two different species.
Seed or plants produced as the result of controlled cross-pollination as opposed to seed produced as the result of natural pollination. Hybrid seeds are selected to have higher quality traits (e.g. yield or pest tolerance).
A cross between two or more different species.
the result of a cross between two different grape varities
Kitten with parents from different breeds
Grapes that are bred from more than one grape variety to improve the flavor or hardiness of the wine.
A cross breed - typically used for a purposeful crossing of two species to produce offspring with a unique set of characteristics. Mating two hybrid birds will not produce offspring with the same characteristics of the parents. (See Breed)
a plant or animal that results from two different breeds or varieties of parents; carries two different genes for a characteristic.
Any vine crossing where one or both "parents" is not from the wine vine, VITIS VINIFERA.
an offspring created by combining two plants of different breeds, variety or genetic make-up
The offspring of genetically different parents. See also: heterozygote
high-yielding offspring produced by breeding two different varieties of cereal (or livestock). Retaining seed from a hybrid crop for planting will usually give poor results.
The offspring of parents of different species.
A plant or group of plants that results from the interbreeding of two distinct cultivars, varieties, species, or genera.
Progeny of genetically diverse parents (purebred or crossbred).
An individual that is a combination of species, breeds within species, or lines within breeds.
the product of a cross between two genetically different parents
Birds that have been genetically bred from two different breeds for good characteristics from both, such as laying well and having a good amount of meat.
The offspring resulting from crossing two genetically different parental forms
offspring of genetically dissimilar parents
Often refers to a plant or variety that has been developed by interbreeding two or more varieties, species, or genera.
plant resulting from the cross fertilisation of different types of parents.
a heterozygote; an offspring from genetically dissimilar parents, even different species
The term hybrid is often used when a course is given partially in person and partially in a Distributed Learning setting. One example is when the class meets in person two or three times during the semester but the remainder of the time the instruction, the communication and all other activities take place via the internet or other virtual medium.
a plant developed by cross-breeding two plants of different species, varieties, or cultivars.
An individual resulting from mating between genetically distinct populations/species. See also hybrid zone.
a seedling from two distinct genotypes.
A crossbred animal. The offspring of two different species.
a cross-bred, heterozygot organism or cell. in molecular genetics a dna molecule with strands of different origin.
The offspring of two different taxa (species, sub-species etc.), intermediate in character between the parent taxa. Parent Term: Genetics Difficulty Level
The offspring of two parent plants that belong to different species.
Grape that is a cross between two varieties from different families, i.e., a French-American hybrid.
The offspring of two animals of different but similar kinds, such as a lion and a tiger.
an offspring of two different species. Canaries and European Goldfinches are commonly interbred. The result is a hybrid, which is infertile.
the progeny of genetically dissimilar parents; a heterozygote [Source: Agricultural Genome Information System, USDA
grape varieties produced by hybridizers in the lab, usually involving more than one species, are called hybrids. The great Midwestern and Eastern sections of this country are planted to the so-called "French-American" hybrids, vines that are part vinifera and part native American species (aestivalis, labrusca, etc.). They were produced in an effort to arrive at vineplants better-suited to particular climates than pure vinifera; there are also "natural" hybrids, varieties that evolved by a haphazard crossing of two varieties or species.
Varieties resulting from natural or artificial pollination between genetically distinct parents. Commercially, the parents used to produce hybrids are usually inbred for specific characteristics.
a cross between two different species, indicated in the plant name by an x.
plant resulting from cross breeding of two different species
A cross-bred hamster. Sometimes this term may refer to the mating of two completely unrelated hamsters.
a plant produced by crossing two closely related species or varieties of plants.
The first generation offspring of a cross between two individuals differing in one or more genes
created by crossing two different plants to combine their most desirable characteristics. Roses are hybridized to create new colors, increase disease resistance, improve fragrance, and manipulate size.
A combination of two or more technologies or a multiline business telephone system combining the manual line selection of a key system and the automatic line selection of a PBX system.
The offspring of a hen and rooster of different breeds, each of which might themselves be crossbred.
a resin or reinforcement made from two or more different polymers or reinforcement materials
A plant formed by the breeding of two different plant species.
A plant created by fertilization of one species by another
An organism produced from homozygous parents differing in one or more genes.
In air purifiers, more than one air filter working together in a unit to capture different sized particles from the air.
The result of a cross between two different species or hybrids.
a plant that results from the crossing of two species or varieties.
means alleles of a gene are "different" (Hh) See heterozygous.
a seedling from two distinct parents.
The offspring of two plants of different species or varieties of plants. Hybrids are created when the pollen from one kind of plant is used to pollinate and entirely different variety, resulting in a new plant altogether.
The offspring of the union of two distinct species. 95
A man-made, artificially propagated plant raised from the crossing of a species or hybrid with another species or hybrid.
a plant resulting from a cross between two or more other plants, which are more or less alike.
an offspring of two animals or plants that are of different breeds, varieties or species
the offspring produced by breeding plants or animals of different varieties, species or races.
The offspring of two parents differing in at least one genetic characteristic (trait). Also, heteroduplex DNA or DNA-RNA molecule
Plant resulting from a cross between genetically unlike individuals.
A cat resulting from the crossbreeding of two different breeds of cats.
When used in the context of genetics it refers to an offspring resulting from a cross of two genetically varied parents, i.e., two different alleles. A hybrid will not breed true for all characteristics. The breeder can expect that a percentage of the hybrid Angelfish offspring to be true breeding.
Plant resulting from the crossing of two different species.
Offspring of 2 animals from the two 2 different breeds
the offspring of a specific cross between two genetically distinct (usually inbred) parents.
A plant orginating by fertilation of one species or subspecies by another
A combination of two items. In this case, the Fip-Dot and the LED. Luminator's MAX2000/3000 and TwinVision's LeDot systems are hybrid systems.
The offspring from two plants of different breeds, variety or genetic make-up.
An offspring produced from mating plants or animals from different species, varieties or genotypes.
Usually a cross between different clones within a species (intraspecific hybrid) or between clones from different species.
The result of the breeding of two different breeds. Can also refer to those kittens produced from such a mating that do not conform to the accepted standard for the resulting breed.
refers to the offspring produced from the mating of two individuals of unlike genetic constitution, in other words the offspring of two different animals, or species.
the offspring of individuals of two different species infralabials the scales on the lower lip
The progeny resulting from the crossing of two related parents of different species, usually of the same genera, and occasionally different genera. The name of such a plant should be written as such Acer x freemanii.
The offspring of two plants or garden flowers of different species or varieties of plants.
A plant with parents which are genetically distinct. The parent plants may be different cultivars, varieties, species or genera but not different families.
A plant resulting from the controlled cross-breeding between two plants of the same or closely related species that have distinct characteristics or genes. Plants are cross-bred under controlled conditions to create very specific results.
the offspring produced when genetically dissimilar individuals are mated
refers to the offspring of parents from two different races or species.
A hybrid is the offspring of two organisms that belong to different breeds, varieties, species or genera.
Combination of two different formats together. For example, a vector data overlay draped on top of a raster image.
A package of two or more different kinds of risk management instruments that are usually interactive.
An offspring with parents from two different species
A four-port waveguide device used in microwave circuits having the property that a signal incident at one port is divided equally between two other ports, provided that the fourth port is terminated by a matched load. A particular type of hybrid, known as a 90° hybrid, yields outputs that differ in phase by 90°.
A plant which is the result of breeding between two different species or cultivars.
An individual resulting from a mating of members of two different species. Such individuals are usually sterile and/or adaptively inferior to members of both parental species, and so represent a waste of their parents' gametes. Hybrids provide evidence for a lack, or breakdown, of isolating mechanisms between the species involved.
A circuit used in telephony to convert two-wire to four-wire operation and vice versa. IP address The Internet protocol address, which is a 32-bit address assigned to an Internet host.
A rose that inherits all the weaknesses of both parents and goes on to disclose unnoticed ones.
n: The offspring of two parents from separate (though closely related) species. Usually sterile, though occassionally able to breed back into one of the parent lines. A hybrid can almost never produce viable offspring when mated with another hybrid. A common example is a mule, which is produced by breeding a horse with a donkey (note that the horse must be the mother, due to the large size of the foal). Hybridization is fairly common among wind-pollinated plants, while hybridization is quite uncommon among higher animals.
The offspring of two individuals differing in one or more heritable characteristics. ()
In biology, hybrid has two meanings.
Hybrids are a fictional species of creatures from the Underworld movie series.