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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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"Wazee.com is a place where knowledgeable people in the information industry can meet and cross-fertilize ideas, products, contacts, capital, alliances and partnerships.
They cannot, of course, be clearly separated; imagery and materials inevitably cross-fertilize. Working in the pottery at Vallauris certainly generated ideas that became trademarks of Picasso's late painting style - a swift, loose handling, impatient of finish, presaging those linear head-and-shoulders portraits on plain backgrounds that would come a few years later.
With up to six people in Kansas City often talking with as many in New York, this is their regular chance to exchange research data, cross-fertilize ideas regarding new investment opportunities and monitor foreign markets.
Consider a population in which individuals with the resident phenotype self- and cross-fertilize at frequencies s and 1 - s, respectively.
The event served as an initial platform for MS-NLAs and NAFPs to meet, share experiences, cross-fertilize, and identify potential synergies, said UNIDO Industrial Development Officer Juan Pablo Davila.
The Chocolate Factory receives no grants, works with tight budgets, and uses restaurant income to cross-fertilize the business.
The workshop assembled scientists and other professionals from a wide range of fields in order to cross-fertilize both findings and ideas needed to evaluate clearly the specific scientific requirements and to establish recommendations.
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.