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How far watermelons and muskmelons, or squashes with melons, will hybridize, is uncertain.

Now hybridize these and I think, if you work at it long enough, you will get a tree that will have all those good qualities.

Still other species of ferns are known to hybridize more or less, as we saw in the case of Scott's spleenwort.

Mr. Mijurin states that while neither of the two parents will hybridize with the common peach, this hybrid does.

The Carnivora generally are very easy to hybridize, and many successful experiments have been made with animals in captivity.

Like others of this division it has a tendency to hybridize, several varieties being known.

It manifests a strong tendency to hybridize with other oaks, and it readily crosses with black jack oak, pin oak, and yellow oak.

There are some nine hickory species native in the north eastern United States and they hybridize to a considerable extent.

A character, once arisen in an individual, may become a part of any species with which that individual can hybridize.

Indeed, it may be said that wherever two such colour-species meet they hybridize and become more or less fused.

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