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Lexicographically close words:
hybridity; hybridization; hybridize; hybridized; hybridizing; hydatid; hydatids; hydragogue; hydrangeas; hydrant
  1. They behave in fact precisely in the same way as hybrids between species of different genera.

  2. The view that specifically distinct species could at best produce sterile hybrids was always opposed by Darwin.

  3. The first experiment made it appear doubtful whether these heterogeneous hybrids could live.

  4. The fact that the formation of hybrids may occur as the result of this shows that pollination may be accomplished.

  5. It remains for further experiments to decide what the character of the adult hybrids would be.

  6. For example, though all our Finches can breed together, the hybrids are all sterile.

  7. This functional difference of sexual cells is characteristic of the behaviour of hybrids as of the illegitimate unions of heterostyled plants.

  8. The striking differences between the races are first emphasised, and the question of the fertility or infertility of hybrids is discussed.

  9. But the hybrid varieties may be more fertile in the second generation than in the first, and in some hybrids the fertility with their own pollen increases in the second, third, and following generations.

  10. But the characters which hybrids exhibit on self-fertilisation are rather variable.

  11. Conversely, Mr. Hewitt, I remember, states that in making hybrids the cock pheasant would prefer certain hen fowls and strongly dislike others.

  12. It would be an interesting discovery to show difference in female organs of hybrids and pure species.

  13. I suppose that you did not actually count the seeds in the hybrids in comparison with those of the parent-forms; but this is almost necessary after Gartner's observations.

  14. I should expect in hybrids that the cells would not show coagulated contents.

  15. When many hybrids are grown together the pollination by near relatives is minimised.

  16. I felt hardly any doubt on the subject, from the fact of hybrids becoming more fertile when grown in number in nursery gardens, exactly the reverse of what occurred with Gartner.

  17. Secretary Deming then called attention to hybrids in the various exhibits.

  18. Most of them are hybrids between the American and the Japanese species, but, so far as we know, they have not been tried in communities where the disease prevails.

  19. Brooke sent me some skins of domestic fowls from Borneo, and across the tail of one of these, as Mr. Tegetmeier observed, there were transverse blue bands like those which he had seen on the tail-feathers of hybrids from G.

  20. These hybrids were at one time thought to {235} be specifically distinct, and were named G.

  21. It has been crossed with nine or ten other species of Fringillidæ, and some of the hybrids are almost completely fertile; but we have no evidence that any distinct breed has originated from such crosses.

  22. I am informed by Mr. Crawfurd,[377] hybrids are commonly raised between the male G.

  23. Hybrids between the common and musk-duck which have become wild have been shot in North America, Belgium, and near the Caspian Sea.

  24. The hybrids from some of the most distinct forms--for instance, from R.

  25. Flourens states positively as the result of his numerous experiments that hybrids from the wolf and dog, crossed inter se, become sterile at the third generation, and those from the jackal and dog at the fourth generation.

  26. India several hybrids from the pariah-dog and jackal; and between one of these hybrids and a terrier.

  27. Although they do not resemble the hybrids which have been raised between P.

  28. The following facts show that hybrids produced from seed in the ordinary way, certainly sometimes revert by buds to their parent-forms.

  29. Short has assured Mr. Blyth[92] that at Hansi hybrids between the common cat and F.

  30. Smith, of York, has raised similar hybrids with equally poor success.

  31. If we represent horns by H and absence of horns by A, Dorsets have a factor HH, Suffolks AA and the hybrids HA.

  32. One of these hybrids of "intersexes," as he calls them, would always possess some female and some male sexual characters.

  33. If these hybrids are mated, the resulting male offspring averages three horned to one hornless; but the females are the reverse of this ratio--one horned to three hornless.

  34. Of the foreign magnolias hardy in the North, two species and one group of hybrids are prominent: M.

  35. Perennial Phlox, Phlox paniculata(A) and hybrids with P.

  36. It is only in the artificial and depraved states of society that hybrids appear, and their existence is of short and fixed duration.

  37. In the animal world, in the wild state, hybrids are rarely if ever produced, and it is only from the experiments of the naturalists that the law of hybridity has been explained.

  38. Some experimentally propagated hybrids show highly variable, and sometimes extreme characters, rather than intermediacy of meristic and proportional characters (Hubbs, 1956).

  39. Relative variability of hybrids between the minnows, Notropis lepidus and N.

  40. The head-lengths of the hybrids are greater than in specimens of like size of C.

  41. The color of the peritoneum in the hybrids is the glossy, jet-black of C.

  42. In pigmentation, all three of the hybrids are intermediate between the parental species.

  43. That specimen has 7 anal rays and 52 scales in the lateral line; otherwise, it is similar to the three hybrids described above.

  44. The high number of gill rakers (Table 3) and the length and position of the gut indicate strongly that the three specimens are hybrids with C.

  45. The pharyngeal arches of the hybrids are peculiarly deformed.

  46. One of the hybrids lacks barbels, one has a Semotilus-like barbel on the right side only, and one has a vestigial barbel on the right side and an anomalous barbel that is nearly terminal on the left upper lip.

  47. These partial similarities are coincidental, because other characters of the hybrids make relationship with H.

  48. The hybrids were found in two of these pools, along with numerous S.

  49. In coloration, the hybrids lack the spot in the anterior base of the dorsal fin that is characteristic of Semotilus, but each has a poorly-developed dark lateral band, and a weak basicaudal spot.

  50. Similarly, if the Irish-Italian hybrids marry with pure Irish, half the offspring will be blue-eyed and half will be hybrid black-eyed.

  51. Since every such hybrid child has this same combination of a white and a black bean, all these hybrids are alike.

  52. In that case the hybrids were not like either parent, but were a new color, blue, so that they were labeled at once and recognizable as hybrids--but this is not generally the case.

  53. But how then are we to distinguish between the one pure bred black, the thoroughbred, and the two blacks that are hybrids so that we can be sure which is which?

  54. But they must have suffered greatly; and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals may perhaps think it worth while to keep an eye even on the embryos of hybrids and first crosses.

  55. In either case, then, whether with hybrids or in cases of parthenogenesis, the early death of the embryo is due to inability to recollect, owing to a fault in the chain of associated ideas.

  56. The above view would remove all difficulties out of the way of evolution, in so far as the sterility of hybrids is concerned.

  57. Many hybrids are profuse and persistent flowerers.

  58. A name of many kinds of roses which are hybrids of Rosa centifolia and R.

  59. As these species are by far the most important of the ever-blooming and remontant families, both in themselves and in the numberless progeny of hybrids to whom they have transmitted their qualities, we place them first on our list.

  60. The Moss Rose, impregnated with various ever-blooming varieties, has borne hybrids partially retaining the mossy stem and calyx, with a tendency more or less manifest to bloom in the autumn.

  61. In each of these divisions, we shall place first the roses of unmixed race, and, after them, the hybrids which have sprung from their combinations.

  62. The China Rose and one of the old Damask Perpetuals, known as the Red Four Seasons, have produced between them a distinct family of hybrids known as the Bourbon roses.

  63. The division seems to us needless, for the reason that all these, on analysis, resolve themselves into hybrids of the Chinese Rose, since both the Noisette and the Bourbon owe their distinctive character to their Chinese parentage.

  64. Others owe their origin to the Hybrid China and the Bourbon, both parents being hybrids of Rosa Indica.

  65. The hybrids of the Noisettes are usually inclined to bloom in clusters: those of the Bourbons are distinguishable by their large, smooth, and thick leaves.

  66. The best of them are said, however, to be hybrids between this rose' and other species.

  67. It is evident, that, by continuing the process of hybridizing, hybrids may be mixed with hybrids, till the blood of half a score of the original races is mingled in one plant.

  68. I am led to the conclusion, therefore, that these several forms really represent hybrids between H.

  69. Reppert, of Muscatine, Iowa, sent to the herbarium twigs and fruit of bottom-land trees that appear to be hybrids of this species with the pecan.

  70. It was much cultivated in France in the last century, but its hybrids with other species are now more esteemed.

  71. Naudin obtained fertile hybrids from crossing the bitter water-melon, wild at the Cape, with a cultivated species which confirms the specific unity suggested by the outward appearance.

  72. These authors have overcome great difficulties in distinguishing the varieties and hybrids which are multiplied in gardens from the true species, and in defining these by well-marked characters.

  73. So markedly is this the case with hybrids that in a few generations all traces of a hybrid origin may disappear.

  74. The occurrence of hybrids in nature explains the difficulty experienced by botanists in deciding on what is a species, and the widely different limitations of the term adopted by different observers in the case of willows, roses, brambles, &c.

  75. Numerous hybrids have been raised, varying in colour from creamy white to salmon, pink, yellow, red and orange.

  76. Hybrids are sometimes less fertile than pure-bred species, and are occasionally quite sterile.

  77. This is what is called the sterility of the hybrids between two distinct species.

  78. There is nothing in this fact that hybrids cannot breed with each other, to establish such a theory; there is nothing to prevent the Horse breeding with the Ass, or the Ass with the Horse.

  79. But between species, in many cases, you cannot succeed in obtaining even the first cross: at any rate it is quite certain that the hybrids are often absolutely infertile one with another.

  80. One of a series of chinkapins, natural or hybrids, grafted over to other hybrids or to the Merribrooke variety of American sweet chestnut.

  81. Another particularly interesting group of nut trees is a lot of hazel-filbert hybrids produced by Mr. Jones.

  82. From these second generation hybrids he secured trees very uneven in growth and size with a great range in time of coming into bearing.

  83. None of the hybrids have yet borne with me but with others they have borne quite early.

  84. We get reports of these distributed around the country, but in no case have we had a report indicating that the Van Fleet hybrids were at all resistant.

  85. Have you any reports as to the way these hybrids behave?

  86. I do not know that any of the shagbarks or shellbark hybrids ever will rival that in production.

  87. Hybrids between this species and domestic birds are often produced, but they are most commonly sterile.

  88. This bird crosses readily with tame hens, but the hybrids are believed to be infertile.

  89. The two species where their respective ranges overlap, occasionally interbreed in a wild state, and the present readily crosses in confinement with domestic poultry, but the hybrids are nearly always sterile.

  90. The other one is the conception according to which human beings have no place in Nature but are hybrids of natural and supernatural, animals combined with something “divine.

  91. Those ignorant “masters of our destinies” who regard humans as animals or as monstrous hybrids of natural and supernatural must be dethroned by scientific education.

  92. The dog also produces hybrids with the fox and hyena, but to what extent has not yet been determined.

  93. That in which the hybrids are incapable of producing inter se, but multiply by union with the parent stock.

  94. That in which hybrids never reproduce; in other words, where the mixed progeny begins and ends with the first cross.

  95. It is of great force, and I therefore reserved it for the last--the facility with which the different branches of the human family produce hybrids, and the fecundity of these hybrids themselves.

  96. Let us now inquire what evidence there is of the existence of the 4th degree, in which hybrids may form a new and permanent race.

  97. The hybrids of the dog and wolf are sterile after the third generation; those of the jackal and dog, are so after the fourth.

  98. Moreover, if one of these hybrids is bred with one of the primitive species, they soon return, completely and totally, to this species.

  99. What is very remarkable, these hybrids differ considerably from each other; some resemble much more closely the dzigguetai, others the ass.

  100. They are, however, nothing but white black men, a degeneration of the negro proper, and are even less capable of perpetuating themselves than the hybrids or mulattoes.

  101. But he has overlooked the important fact, as many do, that the existence of the hybrids themselves depends upon the existence of the typical Africans.

  102. A large number of hybrids from China and Japan.

  103. Many varieties, hybrids between this species and the next, are very common.

  104. Besides the Magnolias here given, there are quite a number of varieties and hybrids in cultivation, from China and Japan, most of them blooming before the leaves expand in spring.

  105. Among the Willows there are so many hybrids and peculiar varieties as to render their study difficult, and their classification, in some cases, impossible.

  106. Meantime we are going to try to anticipate it by securing hybrids which are resistant and of good quality at the same time.

  107. Considerable experience in making or attempting to make hickory hybrids leads the writer to believe that the proportion of hickory hybrids will be much less than this.

  108. The chance hybrids of the Japan walnut and the butternut, named Juglans Bixbyi by Prof.

  109. While natural hickory hybrids are not particularly rare yet they are far from common.

  110. At one time, while on the levees north of Burlington, Iowa, the number of pecan x shellbark hybrids seen impressed the writer, yet a careful count showed these hybrids to be only about 1 hybrid in 100 pure pecans.

  111. They bring forward a very strong argument in the fact, that hybrids of plants or animals—the offspring of different species—are sterile, as a general law of nature.

  112. Morton, of Philadelphia, and adduce several instances in which hybrids were found to be fruitful—mostly, however, in conjunction with an animal of pure stock.

  113. The importance of the fact that hybrids are very generally sterile, has, I think, been much underrated by some late writers.

  114. On the other hand, the resemblance in mongrels and in hybrids to their respective parents, more especially in hybrids produced from nearly related species, follows according to Gartner the same laws.

  115. The sterility of hybrids is a very different case from that of first crosses, for their reproductive organs are more or less functionally impotent; whereas in first crosses the organs on both sides are in a perfect condition.

  116. That the fertility of hybrids is not related to the degree in which they resemble in external appearance either parent.

  117. From this extreme degree of sterility we have self-fertilised hybrids producing a greater and greater number of seeds up to perfect fertility.

  118. Both hybrids and mongrels can be reduced to either pure parent-form, by repeated crosses in successive generations with either parent.

  119. This was effected by Mr. Eyton, who raised two hybrids from the same parents but from different hatches; and from these two birds he raised no less than eight hybrids (grandchildren of the pure geese) from one nest.

  120. On this view, the aboriginal species must either at first have produced quite fertile hybrids, or the hybrids must have become in subsequent generations quite fertile under domestication.

  121. Hybrids and mongrels compared independently of their fertility.

  122. The whole genus enjoys loam, but these strong-growing hybrids have a mass of long hungry roots, and, as already hinted, if they are well fed with manure they pay back with interest.

  123. If hybrids are to be honoured with specific names, it will require much care to avoid confusion, and it is just possible that some such causes have led to the various descriptions above referred to.

  124. The genus to which these hybrids belong is very numerous, and includes Carnations, Picotees, garden and alpine Pinks and Sweetwilliams.

  125. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "hybrids" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.