1. (genetics) the act of mixing different species or varieties of animals or plants and thus to produce hybrids
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How To Use hybridizing In A Sentence

  • The hybridizing scenario would suggest that all the forests of the continent may suddenly be at risk.
  • They have explored new forms of resource-sharing ( "mutualization") and the "hybridizing" the integrated use of spaces and services. Doors of Perception weblog
  • All the carp were removed in order to prevent them hybridising with the crucians (most important if you want to keep the strain pure).
  • Through hybridizing, there are many flower colors available, including white, orange, pink, yellow, red and some bicolors.
  • Colors often range from shades of yellow, orange and red, but after years of hybridizing, are available in almost every color of the rainbow, even bicolor with contrasting eyes or stripes. Brigitte Mars: Delightful Day Lilies with Brigitte Mars
  • Large-flowered modern varieties are the result of hybridising the wild pansy, viola tricolor, also known as love-in-idleness, kiss-me-quick and heartsease.
  • Hybridising the two species will reduce the red to orange.
  • This one has been in the trade so long and nothing like it is found in the wilds of Persia or anywhere else, so it may be a sterile hybrid (and that means they've been hybridizing lilacs for around four hundred years!)
  • Though cross-breeding or hybridizing sometimes diminishes a tulip's ability to ‘perennialize, ‘other times it enhances this ability.
  • During her long life she gardened in Buckinghamshire and studied genetics at Cambridge before trying her hand at hybridising various flowers, including aquilegias.
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