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cross·breed

(kros'brēd),
1. Synonym(s): hybrid
2. To breed a hybrid.

crossbreed

(krôs′brēd′, krŏs′-)
v. cross·bred (-brĕd′), cross·breeding, cross·breeds
v.tr.
To produce (an organism) by the mating of individuals of different breeds, varieties, or species; hybridize.
v.intr.
To mate so as to produce a hybrid; interbreed.
n.
An organism produced by mating of individuals of different varieties or breeds.

crossbreed

see INTERBREED (2).

crossbreed

) to breed using parents of different races or breeds.
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Twenty-seven dairy cows (Group-Sh = 09 Sahiwal, Group- Ac= 09 Achai and Group-Xb = 09 cross-bred dairy cows (Sahiwal x HF)) were selected at livestock research and development station Surezai, district Peshawar, Pakistan, while nine pure-exotic (HF) dairy cows (Group-HF = 09) were selected from the University of Agriculture Peshawar dairy farm.
The present study was conducted to measure the comparative values of total proteins, lactoserum protein and caseins in the milk from uninfected mammary glands of Nili-Ravi buffaloes, Sahiwal and cross-bred cows.
But he said: "When RSPCA inspector Chris Heyworth called at her home on June 25 this year he found the cross-bred dog in very poor condition with its ribs, pelvic bone and back bone showing.
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National Milk Records (NMR) certificates are now available for all NMR recorded cows of all breeds, including cross-bred animals, to include sire, dam and grandparent details plus all lactation records to date.
But now, after eight years of falling cross-bred wool prices, it has been decided to re-introduce wool promotion.
The biggest increase in the section is in the cross-bred steer class where numbers are up by 22 from 82 to 104, and entries in seven of the 10 cattle classes are higher than in 2006.
Labradors and poodles have been cross-bred for use as guide dogs for blind people with asthma.
Seedlings from 5,000 cones collected by Halstrom and others will be deliberately infected with blister rust, and the survivors cross-bred to produce disease-resistant trees.
In his quest to identify the "Golden" goby, he successfully cross-bred it with the Neon species (E.
In addition to the pedigree and cross-bred cattle on display, breed experts will be on hand to discuss the particular advantages of their breed.
Joseph Park, 29, claimed he put the cross-bred bitch "out of its misery" after it had eaten broken glass.