intergeneric


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intergeneric

(ĭn′tər-jə-nĕr′ĭk)
adj.
Arising or occurring between genera: intergeneric hybrids.
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Eagleton and Parker's distinctive contribution lies in offering a broad and intergeneric viewpoint on the subject.
The Selection for the Egg Production and Duration of Fertility in Brown Tsaiya Bred in Intergeneric Crossbreeding with Muscovy Drakes.
At intermediate taxonomic categories, indubitable hybrids can result from crosses at the interordinal, interfamilial, intergeneric, and interspecific levels.
These include wild species and early generation intergeneric and interspecific crosses used to broaden genetic diversity and increase disease resistance.
He found to his surprise that poems hold their own in intergeneric dialogue, pushing back to reassert themselves as poems, often at the very moment of seeming to fuse with their others.
Bark structure and intergeneric relation of some Southern African CASSINOIDEAE (CELASTRACEAE).
and intra- and intergeneric comparison (Diptera: Sciomyzidae).
In this sense, the use of larval characters is very common among herpetologists--both for the diagnosis of species and for determination of intra-and intergeneric systematic relationships (Carneiro et al.
Cytogenetics of semi-fertile triploid and 3x-uneuploid intergeneric vine cacti hybrids.
The intertextual and intergeneric intellectual property entanglements of Abani's novel suggest to me that we might need to remind ourselves (against the prevailing pressures of IP regimes to privatize and personalize the ownership of ideas and their fixed forms of expression) that novels--like all creative productions--are also carriers of cultural knowledge.
Intergeneric coculture of genetically transformed organs for the production of scopolamine.
Kondratskaya IP, Stolepchenko VI, Fomenko TI (2007) Biochemical characteristics of intergeneric hybrids of English ryegrass and meadow fescue.