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WHAT DOES HYBRIDIZER MEAN IN ENGLISH?
In biology a hybrid is an offspring of two animals or plants of different races, breeds, varieties, species, or genera. Using genetics terminology, it may be defined as follows. ▪ In general usage, hybrid is synonymous with heterozygous: any offspring resulting from the breeding of two genetically distinct individuals ▪ a genetic hybrid carries two different alleles of the same gene ▪ a structural hybrid results from the fusion of gametes that have differing structure in at least one chromosome, as a result of structural abnormalities ▪ a numerical hybrid results from the fusion of gametes having different haploid numbers of chromosomes ▪ a permanent hybrid is a situation where only the heterozygous genotype occurs, because all homozygous combinations are lethal. From a taxonomic perspective, hybrid refers to: ▪ Offspring resulting from the interbreeding between two animal species or plant species. See also hybrid speciation. ▪ Hybrids between different subspecies within a species are known as intra-specific hybrids.
The translations of hybridizer from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «hybridizer» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «HYBRIDIZER» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «hybridizer» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «hybridizer» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about hybridizer
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYBRIDIZER»
Discover the use of hybridizer in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to hybridizer and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
The Architect of Flowers
The hybridizer shook his head in mock disapproval, as if they'd played the whole
father-son scene a bit too neat, a tad too tidy for his taste, the glassman hollering
something over the din of fans, something hunger, something thirst, his throat ...
William Lychack, 2011
Somatic Hybridization in Crop Improvement II: II
Mix Jiro and Suruga, or Jiro and D. glandulosa protoplast suspension and apply
an alternate current of 35 V cm-1 at 2 MHz for 10-20s and subsequent DC pulse
of 0.4kVcm-1 for 500 |is in a fusion chamber SSH- 04 using a Somatic Hybridizer
Toshiyuki Nagata, Y.P.S. Bajaj, 2001
The New Orleans Garden: Gardening in the Gulf South
Edna Spalding was a noted hybridizer in southwest Louisiana. The same W. B.
Macmillan of Abbeville who is noted for his amateur work with Louisiana irises
during the 1950's visited Miss Spalding, bought some of her daylilies and caught
Charlotte Seidenberg, 1993
EUGENE BOERNER, ROSE HYBRIDIZER, DELICATELY PICKS PETALS FROM
A DR. J. H. NICHOLAS CLIMBING ROSE TO PREPARE THE FLOWERS FOR
CROSSBREEDING FOR THE YOUNG GIRL WHO LIKES TO LOOK EXOTIC ...
The Japanese Iris
Jonnye Rich of Roseville, California, is another hybridizer of particular
importance from this period. She ordered her first irises from Marx in 1955 and
started her breeding program with two chance pods from those flowers.
Subsequently, she ...
Membranes were rinsed in dtbO and labeled with pencil, then inserted into
hybridization tubes and incubated in a revolving hybridizer with 10ml of blocking
buffer (5% milk protein in 500mM NaCl, 20mM Tris base, 0.1% Tween-20) for lh ...
Jacquelene Christina Pattison, 2008
Reading the Landscape of Europe
Caroline Testout (a Paris dress designer) Mme. Cochet-Cochet ( a rose
hybridizer's wife ) Antoine Rivoire ( an early rose hybridizer ) Felicite et
Perpetuete ( twin daughters of a hybridizer) Violonellista Albert Foures Some are
named for places, ...
New Developments and Application in Chemical Reaction ...
EXPERIMENTAL In this study, a hybridizer (NHS-0) manufactured by Nara
Maclfinery Co. of Japan was used as a dry coating device. The hybridizer is
composed of a very high-speed rotating rotor with six blades, a stator and a
Hyun-Ku Rhee, In-Sik Nam, Jong Moon Park, 2006
Encyclopedia of Dahlias
Thorough appendices with resources on dahlia societies, nurseries, and gardens complete the book.
Bill McClaren, 2009
Gregor Mendel's Experiments on Plant Hybrids: A Guided Study
Natural self-pollination in plants such as peas makes the task of a hybridizer,
such as Mendel, much easier. First, to make a cross between two different pea
plants, the hybridizer can open a flower bud of one plant (which will serve as the
Gregor Mendel, Alain F. Corcos, 1993
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «HYBRIDIZER»
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Daily dose of blooming beauty found in daylily gardens
Most of the varieties there were introduced by hybridizer Patrick Stamile of Florida, Lowe explained, and their official names have the word ... «Lincoln Journal Star, Jul 15»
Elderly drug mule could be freed early
Sharp is a decorated World War II veteran and a world-famous plant hybridizer who teamed up with a notorious Mexican drug ring. Sharp made ... «The Detroit News, Jun 15»
Breeders with an eye for better create new irises in stunning colors
... can have more than just purple in your yard, we catch up with hybridizer Bob Van Liere at Iris 4 U Gardens (Photo By John Leyba/The Denver ... «The Denver Post, Jun 15»
When choosing fragrant roses, the nose knows: The Pecks
Prominent British rose hybridizer David Austin has named the somewhat vague "old rose" as his favorite scent and his introduction Gertrude ... «OregonLive.com, Jun 15»
In Focus | Joanna and James Schlosser of Niche Wine Company
Marshal Ferdinand Foch and grape hybridizer Eugene Kuhlmann. Why? We would just like to say thanks. Who inspires you? One of the nice ... «KelownaNow, Jun 15»
Plant of Merit: Rhododendron 'Original Walloper'
Seattle hybridizer Lem Halfdan introduced this shrub years ago and it continues to mesmerize rhododendron lovers. Its giant flowers are ... «HeraldNet, Jun 15»
Ledvina's legacy? Magnolias planted near and far
Andrew Bunting, a past president of Magnolia Society International, considered Ledvina "the most prolific hybridizer in the world," Konlock said. «Green Bay Press Gazette, May 15»
As a child, her uncle was a nationally known hybridizer. She remembers tagging along with him to events. “I remember being really bored,” she ... «Camas Washougal Post Record, May 15»
Interest in Iris hybrids steers group to Washougal
The farm they visited Sunday has been run for the past 22 years by iris hybridizer Chad Harris, one of only 11 iris growers in the United States ... «The Columbian, May 15»
View from South Kingstown: One flower, but a universe of color
She has planted the sixth acre as Galle's Footsteps, a series of seven footprints, each devoted to a hybridizer who built on the work of the late ... «The Providence Journal, May 15»
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