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cross-fertilize

(krôs′fûr′tl-īz′, krŏs′-)
intr. & tr.v. cross-fertil·ized, cross-fertil·izing, cross-fertil·izes
To undergo or cause to undergo cross-fertilization.
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Busch feared that the exotic species would compete with any remaining eastern oysters for food and space, and maybe even cross-fertilize with them--spelling doom for the wild native species.
9, Sony and Samsung announced separate partnerships with companies to promote and cross-fertilize their brands as the audio segment evolves, and diverges.
Obviously, the editors compiled this edition to underscore arguments put forth by Paul Gilroy, who contends that African diasporic cultures cross-fertilize each other and create cultures which are not nationally unique but rather macaronic in nature.
Why this topology should depend on any assumption regarding gain and loss of the ability to cross-fertilize is entirely unclear.
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Beyond its interest for the selection of therapeutic targets, this partnership will enable Ipsen and Institut Gustave Roussy to cross-fertilize their medical and scientific experiences, in particular in the area of early therapeutic development.
Proposed actions will stimulate researchers, entrepreneurs, business leaders working together to mutually understand opportunities disclosed by FET and cross-fertilize.
We're hoping to cross-fertilize our dealer bases," said Mike Turnbull, vice president of marketing for the Atlanta Market Center.
Anne Kitson, EVP for Health & Medical Sciences journal publishing at Elsevier, added, "We believe that EBioMedicine will become the premier open access publication for where these two communities meet to disseminate ideas and cross-fertilize information, enabling quicker transformation of scientific insights into health improvement.
The Next Generation Protein Therapeutics Summit brings together leading companies and academics from different disciplines to cross-fertilize ideas, share new data, and discuss strategies that will help turn promising molecules into products.
Freudenberg Sealing Technologies diverse portfolio of customers and products has allowed it to cross-fertilize industries by developing a new automotive use from traditional aerospace materials.