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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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Ian Bell, director of marketing at National Instruments, provider of software and hardware tools for test, control and embedded design, believes that the organisers have listened to feedback from the market and have put together an event which is far more than a showcase of products and services, it is a major networking opportunity, a place to interact face-to-face and cross-fertilise with peers in the industry.
These products and produce require modernisation to exploit and also some sophistication to find the market, hence the need for an assemblage of investors, industrialists, NGOs, business partners and organisations as well as experts from across the world to cross-fertilise ideas on how best to tap these resources for the benefit of the people of Kogi State.
Chairman of the judges David Lazenby said: "I have been most struck by the acceptance that teams really must work very closely together, to cross-fertilise ideas and to create the best circumstances for those ideas to come to fruition.
Moreover, this staff exchange programme will help to cross-fertilise and exchange ideas in order to accelerate the development and knowledge transfer of wireless multimedia networks, set up future joint research projects, and build up long-term world-class collaboration.
But one unanswerable problem is that GM material can "escape" to cross-fertilise conventional plants.
The proposal to cross-fertilise human and animal embryos is both degrading and dangerous.
However, Serco sees opportunities to cross-fertilise each business with skills and customers from the other,' said Serco spokesman Kevin Johnson.
We have nearly 30 writers coming onto our set, things are initiated in the canteen and ideas cross-fertilise.
The team produced a form of genetically mutated yeast that will not cross-fertilise wild plants and weeds.
Happily, these will cross-fertilise other things that are also in the pipeline.