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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of outcross.
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Livestock has been crossbred, linebred, inbred and outcrossed for millenia.
Which is "more primitive," the New Guinea singing dog, the dingo, or the (frequently outcrossed to wolves) Alaskan husky?
Erythrina variegata is bird-pollinated, outcrossed and sometimes genetically incompatible.
Plants raised from these seeds were grown in a pollinator-free greenhouse and intercrossed, within populations, to obtain outcrossed plants for the crossing experiment.
GM crops have outcrossed [bred with non-GM plants] after we were told they wouldn't.
Strains containing [PSI+] can acquire complex phenotypic traits distinct from [psi −] strains, and when outcrossed to wild-type strains, these phenotypic traits can sometimes be maintained even after treatment to remove [