OTHER WORDS FROM hybridizehy·brid·iz·a·ble, adjectivehy·brid·i·za·tion, nounhy·brid·ist, hy·brid·iz·er, nounin·ter·hy·brid·ize, verb (used without object), in·ter·hy·brid·ized, in·ter·hy·brid·iz·ing.
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Back in 2020, a team from Stanford linked up an artificial neuron with isolated biological ones, showing that an artificial neuron could hybridize with a biological one using dopamine as the trigger.This Artificial Neuron Uses Dopamine to Communicate With Brain Cells|Shelly Fan|August 16, 2022|Singularity Hub
When animals of different species hybridize, the parents both tend to belong to the same genus.‘Mystery monkey’ could mean its parent’s species may be in trouble|Anne Pinto-Rodrigues|June 21, 2022|Science News For Students
From domesticating dogs to hybridizing endangered Florida panthers, people have been bending evolutionary trajectories for millennia.‘Life as We Made It’ charts the past and future of genetic tinkering|Jaime Chambers|November 16, 2021|Science News
Trinidad-style aloo and channa is a product of geographic syncretism, and like many other dishes from the East that were hybridized in the West Indies, this version displays its own touch.Trinidad-style aloo and channa infuses an Indian classic with Caribbean flavor|Brigid Washington|January 22, 2021|Washington Post
The Carnivora generally are very easy to hybridize, and many successful experiments have been made with animals in captivity.
Besides being variable they hybridize freely and thus the plant-breeder can obtain desirable starting points.
Dr. Wylie was the first man to hybridize the Vitis rotundifolia with other species of grapes.
It is now definitely known that the species of Betula hybridize which may account for the peculiar forms often encountered.
The species freely hybridize, and have been cultivated and planted so extensively that it is difficult to find typical specimens.