Recent Examples of hybridize from the Web
The Rabbids show up in a time-traveling washing machine, the helmet accidentally gloms onto one of the bunch, who kicks off a rash of transmogrifications, hybridizing characters and beloved landscapes before buddying with the usual Mario villains.
DIGGING IN Tulips have been hybridized for centuries, and today there are thousands of varieties available to order.
Traditional Camry-ness, as exemplified by this hybridized XLE, has clearly evolved to a new, higher plane.
Salvador Jimenez-Flores molds a harsh futuristic landscape in which cactuses hybridize with humans to create a resilient mestizo race.
Really, when hybridized with military and workwear, sportswear is just the vernacular of what everybody wears on the street.
One of the most famous, and still popular today, is named Ellen Bosanquet hybridized by husband Louis Bosanquet of Fruitland Park, Florida around 1930.
Learn about new 21st-century roses that have been hybridized specifically for disease resistance.
Scientists predict that melting Arctic ice will lead more than 20 marine mammals to hybridize.
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First Known Use of hybridize
medical Definition of hybridize
- hybridize two species
- fuse and hybridize somatic cells of two different species
- hybridize two DNAs
hybridizationalso British hybridisation play \ˌhī-brəd-ə-ˈzā-shən\ noun
hybridizeralso British hybridiser noun
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