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to cross-breed animals or plants to form hybrids
to combine complementary subunits of multiple biological macromolecules
to combine atomic orbitals mathematically to form hybrid orbitals
to construct a hybrid word from elements of different languages
{f} cross two animals or plants from different breeds or species, crossbreed (also hybridise)
breed animals or plants using parents of different races and varieties; "cross a horse and a donkey"; "Mendel tried crossbreeding"; "these species do not interbreed"
To produce hybrid offspring; to interbreed; to cross
To breed with a member of a different species Often the offspring of such a union, called a hybrid, is infertile
to bind complementary pairs of DNA molecules A DNA molecule has a very strong preference for its sequence complement, so just mixing complementary sequences is enough to induce them to hybridize Hybridization is temperature dependent, so DNA's that hybridize strongly at low temperature can be temporarily separated (denatured) by heating
To render hybrid; to produce by mixture of stocks
hy·brid·ize hybridizes hybridizing hybridized in BRIT, also use hybridise If one species of plant or animal hybridizes with another, the species reproduce together to make a hybrid. You can also say that you hybridize one species of plant or animal with another. All sorts of colours will result as these flowers hybridise freely Wild boar readily hybridises with the domestic pig Hybridising the two species will reduce the red to orange Some people will take the seeds and hybridize the resulting plants with others of their own. to form a new type of plant or animal from two existing types, so that the new type has some qualities from each of the other types
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breed animals or plants using parents of different races and varieties; "cross a horse and a donkey"; "Mendel tried crossbreeding"; "these species do not interbreed"
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Production of offspring, or hybrids, from genetically dissimilar parents In selective breeding, it usually refers to the offspring of two different species
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the complementary nucleotide non-covalent attachment of two strands of genetic material
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The interaction of complementary nucleic acid strands Since DNA is a double-stranded structure held together by complementary interactions (in which C always binds to G, and A to T), complementary strands favorably reanneal or "hybridize" to each other when separated This can occur between two DNA strands and also between DNA and RNA strands provided there is sufficient complementarity in their base sequence Hybridization occurs in all physiological DNA reactions including replication, and transcription, and forms the basis of many molecular biology techniques including Southern and Northern blotting, PCR and sequencing
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1 The formation of stable duplexes of two DNA and/ or RNA (complementary) strands via Watson- Crick base pairing used for locating or identifying nucleotide sequences and to establish the effective transfer of nucleic acid material to a new host 2 The formation of a novel diploid organism either by sexual processes or by protoplast fusion [IUPAC Biotech]
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Mixing of elements (e g , musical styles) from different cultures or origins in particular contexts; used to express active and creative engagement of groups in distinctively adapting global ideas or products
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Natural formation or artificial construction of a duplex nucleic acid molecule by complementary base pairing between two nucleic acid strands derived from different sources
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The interaction of complementary nucleic acid strands via base pairing (through hydrogen bonds) This can occur between two DNA strands or between DNA and RNA strands, and is the basis of many laboratory techniques
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the linear combination of atomic orbitals in a molecule to form hybrid orbitals
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The corresponding complementary DNA strand is attached to a single-stranded DNA; important step in DNA microarray technology
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When orbitals combine to form bonds which are not exactly one shape or the other
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The annealing of two complementary nucleic acid strands to form a double-stranded molecule; a technique for detecting specific nucleic acid sequences
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Mixing a set of atomic orbitals to form a new set of atomic orbitals with the same total electron capacity and with properties and energies intermediate between those of the original unhybridized orbitals
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The binding of complementary sequences of DNA through specific base-pairing of Adenine with Thymine and Guanine with Cytosine
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crossing of individuals from genetically different strains, populations or species - the act of crossing two different individual organisms of differing genetic constitution from different populations or different species [CUB] - a molecular procedure in which single strands of DNA and/or RNA are mixed and subsequently bind to one another The degree of binding is a measure of the relatedness of the strands The procedure is used to detect RNA or DNA using suitable probes [CUB]
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{i} crossing of two animals or plants from different breeds or species, crossbreeding, interbreeding (also hybridisation)
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The hydrogen bonding of complementary DNA and/or RNA sequences to form a duplex molecule (See Northern hybridization, Southern hybridization )
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The mating of individuals belonging to genetically disparate populations or to different species
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= Crossing between two varieties, two races of the same species or between two different species
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The act of hybridizing, or the state of being hybridized
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the binding of two nucleic acid molecules to each other through base pairing
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The mating of two individuals of different species
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(genetics) the act of mixing different species or varieties of animals or plants and thus to produce hybrids
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The process whereby animals of one genetic stock (e g an endangered species) breed with animals of another genetic stock (e g another species, or domestic stocks of the same species), resulting in hybrid offspring that have lost the pure genetic characteristics of the original stock
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The process of joining two complementary strands of DNA or one each of DNA and RNA to form a double-stranded molecule
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1 Joining of two complementary strands of DNA, or of DNA and RNA, to form a double stranded molecule 2 Process of sexual exchange between two plants to produce hybrid plants
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The process of joining two complementary strands of DNA or one each of DNA and RNA to form a double-stranded molecule Source : Human Genome Project Information
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With respect to nucleic acids, "hybridization" refers to the formation of double-stranded DNA, RNA, or DNA/RNA hybrids by complementary base pairing
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A process in which things are mixed A resonance hybrid is a mixture, or average, of two or more Lewis structures Hybrid orbitals are formed by mixing two or more atomic orbitals
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The process of sexual reproduction using dissimilar parents
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