Some biologists proposed that corals in the real world hybridize
wildly and form complexes of sexually reproducing, gene-trading species.
or a minimally compilex mixture of octamers sufficient to hybridize
to the 3' end of every ORF (31).
For example, a gene might normally contain the nucleotide A at one point in its lengthy sequence and so hybridize
to a probe sequence with a T there.
B) A DNA strand cannot hybridize
with an RNA strand.
Which may be why Morimura's games within the Western imaginary are so intense: they have behind them the momentum of a whole culture's drive to modernize, and hybridize
Nonnative rainbows will hybridize
with goldens, for a cross known as goldenbows, but it had been assumed they could not get past the barriers and affect the upstream golden population.
Geoff Lowe's visits to Vietnam, in 1991 and 1992, are reflected in three groups of work: straightforward drawings and gouaches of Hanoi, Halong Bay, and the Mekong River; the banners and posters he made to advertise his exhibition in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City; and, finally, complex paintings that hybridize
the experience of Vietnam.