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A modern list may run into hundreds, but those who grow every known variety find that there are many close resemblances, arising no doubt from simultaneous introductions by hybridists who have experimented on similar lines.
This species has been employed by the hybridists for the obtaining of new kinds, and some very handsome and distinct varieties have consequently been raised.
The work of the older hybridists, such as Koelreuter and Gaertner affords numerous instances.
Mendel published it in 1865, but his paper remained nearly unknown to scientific hybridists.
Tom Chang Quartet Thursday The guitarist Tom Chang has been behind the recent slate of programming at Cornelia Street Café, calling on fellow jazz progressives and hybridists.