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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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Crude extracts were obtained from 10 randomly chosen seedlings from each accession of the species that were deemed self-fertilizing and 40 seedlings from each accession of the cross-fertilizing species (Zhang and Mosjidis, 1995; Rosa and Jouve, 1992).
w] of each accession of the species known to be predominantly cross-fertilizing ranged between 0.
However, in the predominantly cross-fertilizing species V.
The cross-fertilizing components of reproduction may not occur randomly among all members of a population.
The procedure is incorrect because it counts twice those genes that are identical by descent (IBD) in cross-fertilizing relatives.
We thought it might be interesting to get the work of our respective colonies cross-fertilizing," Phillips mused.
5), the seepage is more cross-fertilizing than the echoed references to gender and the recurrent presence of Gautier.
Isn't that what's behind modern stories and films of space travels--people dreaming that out of space will come men who are nothing but the penis, cross-fertilizing a mankind gone astray on its way into a new era in the next century?
Because Circle already represents about two dozen comicbook creators--including Marvel illustrator Brian Michael Bendis, whose independent title "Jinx" was just set up at Universal with Charlize Theron, as well as James Hudnall and Dan Brereton, creators of "The Psycho," also at U (Circle is producing both)--the company is banking on cross-fertilizing its talent and product pools.
There will be a new youth wing to drag in a younger membership by cross-fertilizing with other forms of popular culture, such as music and soccer.
In other words, Thalia (pronounced Ta-lee-a) is a prime example of Televisa's success in cross-fertilizing its media.