Did you perhaps mean hybridization?
- n. Alternative form of hybridization.
- n. (genetics) the act of mixing different species or varieties of animals or plants and thus to produce hybrids
“The bottom line seems to be that hybridisation is actually far more normal than we tend to think, but that multiple genetic 'preventative mechanisms' have evolved among numerous lineages.”
“There is no crossover here, no "hybridisation", no confusion, just a well-made cardoing what it's meant to do – conveying a maxi family pack of people with mini effort.”
“Viral particles could be extracted from plantar warts and in 1974 we published our first report, demonstrating a cross-hybridisation of the plantar wart virus DNA with some warts, but by far not with all of them.”
“These days the main cause for concern over true wildcats is the widespread hybridisation among domestic or feral cats.”
“These days the main concern is their widespread hybridisation with domestic or feral cats.”
“In fact, hybridisation is very common in nature, and many hybrids are fully fertile.”
“From the process of hybridisation, the interaction of Romantic, Rationalist and Modernist aesthetics in the diverse field of strange fiction we call "fantasy".”
“The sensationalism of "novelty" and the intellectualism of pomo "cleverness" are both results of that hybridisation, and both, I agree, aesthetics to be wary of in so far as they push us away from relevance.”
“There is certainly freedom for The Holy Mass in Latin but it is now open to hybridisation and any other novel treatment modernist intentions may have in mind.”
“Once again, the use of traditional rites to mask the modern reforms can only lead to confusion and hybridisation.”
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