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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.
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.
TREES OF INDIANACHARLES CLEMON DEAM
The species freely hybridize, and have been cultivated and planted so extensively that it is difficult to find typical specimens.
TREES OF INDIANACHARLES CLEMON DEAM
To hybridize, the flower as soon as it opens is emasculated, and it is then fertilized with pollen from some different flower.
Different groups of plants exhibit remarkable differences in the capability of their constituent species to hybridize.
How far watermelons and muskmelons, or squashes with melons, will hybridize, is uncertain.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN
It is generally assumed that trees not in the same family are impossible to hybridize.

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