• Single Hybrid Tea
    Single Hybrid Tea
  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj hybrid produced by crossbreeding
    • n hybrid (genetics) an organism that is the offspring of genetically dissimilar parents or stock; especially offspring produced by breeding plants or animals of different varieties or breeds or species "a mule is a cross between a horse and a donkey"
    • n hybrid a composite of mixed origin "the vice-presidency is a hybrid of administrative and legislative offices"
    • n hybrid a word that is composed of parts from different languages (e.g., `monolingual' has a Greek prefix and a Latin root)
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Lord Penzance Hybrid Sweet Briar. JEANNIE DEANS Lord Penzance Hybrid Sweet Briar. JEANNIE DEANS
Hybrid Tea. BARDOU JOB Hybrid Tea. BARDOU JOB
Hybrid Tea. Irish Elegance Hybrid Tea. Irish Elegance
Single Hybrid Tea. IRISH GLORY Single Hybrid Tea. IRISH GLORY

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: There are more than 500 varieties of banana in the world: The most common kinds are Dwarf Cavendish, Valery, and Williams Hybrid bananas. Other types of bananas include Apple and a small red banana called the Red Jamaica. A large type of banana called the plantain is hard and starchy and is almost eaten as a cooked vegetable. The Cavendish is the most common variety of bananas now imported to the United States. The Cavendish is a shorter, stubbier plant than earlier varieties. It was developed to resist plant diseases, insects and windstorms better than its predecessors. The Cavendish fruit is of medium size, has a creamier, smooth texture, and a thinner peel than earlier varieties.
    • Hybrid (Philol) A word composed of elements which belong to different languages.
    • Hybrid anything derived by a mixture of components or characteristics from two distinctly different sources; as, a musical hybrid; a DNA-RNA hybrid .
    • Hybrid derived by a mixture of characteristics from two distinctly different sources; as, a hybrid musical style; a hybrid DNA molecule.
    • Hybrid Produced from the mixture of two genetically distinct strains; as, plants of hybrid nature.
    • Hybrid (Biol) The offspring of the union of two animals or plants derived from recognizably different genetic lines, as two distinct species, or two strains of the same species with known genetic differences; an animal or plant produced from the mixture of two genetic lines. See Mongrel.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n hybrid The offspring or progeny of animals or plants of different varieties, species, or genera; a half-breed or cross-breed; a mongrel. Hybrid animals are more or less frequent according to the less or greater zoölogical difference of their parents. Thus, the commonest are those resulting from the union of opposite sexes of varieties of the same species; and these hybrids are in fact of much more frequent occurrence than has usually been supposed. Hybrids or half-breeds of the human race are among the best-known examples, and the occurrence of hybrids among plants is very frequent. The most familiar hybrids between distinct species are mules, bred between the horse and the ass. Hybrids between different genera are rare; but they occur, as in the case of the cross between the dog and the fox. The fertility of hybrids among themselves is as a rule proportionate to the nearness of their parents, fertile hybrids between varieties being common, those between species less so, those between genera least so. Hybrids between distinct species are commonly infertile, at least with one another, though they may propagate with an individual of the pure breed of either parent. The natural tendency is thus for hybrids to die out unless artificially kept up by repeated cross-breeding. But the degree of sterility is not always dependent solely upon the zoological affinity of the parents, for reciprocal hybrids of the same two species may differ in this respect. In botany a hybrid is an individual which results from the union of the male element of one species of plant with the female of another, a process frequently occurring in oaks, willows, etc. The resulting offspring resembles both parents, yet differs in certain more or less marked characters from either. A graft-hybrid is an individual, or a part of an individual, which results from the grafting of one species upon the stock of another species. Ordinarily the ingrafted species retains its individual peculiarities nearly or quite intact, yet, as stated above, it may in exceptional cases become a sort of hybrid by exhibiting the peculiarities of both.
    • n hybrid Hence—2. Anything which is a product or mixture of two heterogeneous things, or comes from two different sources, as a word formed of elements from two different languages. See II., 2.
    • hybrid Produced from the union of opposite sexes of two different or distinct varieties, species, or genera; half-bred; cross-bred; mongrel. See I.
    • hybrid Hence Of heterogeneous origin; having a mixed character; combining diverse elements, as a word formed from two different languages, architecture combining diverse styles, etc. Hybrid words of various kinds abound in English. Examples are bank-rupt, dis-belief, atone-ment, and eat-able, in which Tentonic and Latin elements are joined. In natural history hybrid names are generally condemned, though many have been retained in science; it is not regarded as an infringement of the laws of precedence to rectify or wholly reject them. A word bodily transferred from Greek to Latin and then taking the Latin inflections is not regarded as a hybrid; but if Greek and Latin inflections or Greek and Latin stems are mixed it is so regarded. Some hybrids have come into general use, and have been allowed to remain.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Hybrid hī′brid or hib′- an animal or plant produced from two different species: a mongrel: a mule: a word formed of elements from different languages
    • adjs Hybrid produced from different species: mongrel
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. hybrida, hibrida, prob. allied to Gr. wantonness (as if unbridled, lawless, unnatural), perh. akin to Gr. "ype`r over, E. over,: cf. F. hybride,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Fr.,—L. hibrida, a mongrel.


In literature:

On account of the fact of variation every individual is in a certain sense a hybrid.
"The Social Direction of Evolution" by William E. Kellicott
In others the plant is doubtfully endemic; in still others a hybrid.
"Island Life" by Alfred Russel Wallace
This hybrid method of narration utilizes the virtues and rejects the vices of the two strict types.
"The Technique of Fiction Writing" by Robert Saunders Dowst
The new hybrid is very beautiful.
"Garden and Forest Weekly, Volume 1 No. 1, February 29, 1888" by Various
Several artificial hybrids of Catt.
"The Woodlands Orchids" by Frederick Boyle
Our agricultural explorers are searching the world for new varieties which can be used in hybridizing to perfect the American species.
"The Challenge of the Country" by George Walter Fiske
The hybrid "John Downie" Crab is also very beautiful in autumn.
"Trees and Shrubs for English Gardens" by Ernest Thomas Cook
De Candolle, on hybrid plants, 605.
"Principles of Geology" by Charles Lyell
So many roses formerly classed as Hybrid Perpetuals are now called Hybrid Teas.
"Small Gardens" by Violet Purton Biddle
The =Perpetual Moss= roses are pruned as hybrid perpetuals for garden decoration.
"Roses and Rose Growing" by Rose Georgina Kingsley

In poetry:

Gatineau Point
A HALF-BREED, slim, and sallow of face,
Alphonse lies full length on his raft,
The hardy son of a hybrid race.
"From 'Down the River'" by Susie Frances Harrison
That upon this sun-baked blistered place
He sleeps, with his hand on the burning haft,
A Metis–slim and sallow of face,
The hardy son of a hybrid race!
"From 'Down the River'" by Susie Frances Harrison
A piece of bone can never lie:
A rib, a femur, or a thigh
Is but a dislocated sign
Of something hybrid, half and half
Betwixt a crocodile and calf--
Maybe a porcupine.
"The Antiquarian" by Hattie Howard

In news:

Caterpillar unveils hybrid excavator .
Evora 414E proves Lotus' range- extender hybrid technology.
Be on the lookout for more electric, hybrid cars.
The Chevy volt is a plug-in hybrid vehicle.
New Toshiba hybrid hard drives aimed squarely at Ultrabooks.
Favi 's new offerings include a bright business pico projector, a hybrid between a pico projector and portable media player, and a model that's midway in size between the picos and a standard portable projector.
So are hybrids, minivans and traditional, mid-size SUVs.
New blend of tall fescue and hybrid bluegrass gets good research report from Virginia Tech.
Master gardener Barb Foley, left, seeded the yard for her mother, Lee, with the tall fescue /hybrid bluegrass blend and it's done very nicely in this summer's hot weather.
With some care, finicky hybrid roses can last.
Tegile Systems, a Newark, Calif.-based storage startup, last month came out of stealth mode with its first product, the Zebi hybrid storage arrays.
MUTOH ValueJet 1608-64" Hybrid Flatbed "Reg price $49,995…………….Demo sale price only $ 24,995.
Consumers are renouncing plastic grocery bags and choosing hybrids over Hummers.
The hybrids have so much C.
A genetic analysis turns up DNA footprints in the genomes of its hybrid offspring.

In science:

Technically, such hybrid analysis is not satisfactory.
A simple variational approach to the quantum Frenkel-Kontorova model
The properties of many real networks, are a hybrid of these two extremes, that is in these networks one has < l >∼ logN , and C ∼ 1.
Correlation effects in a simple model of small-world network
Landau, Cluster hybrid Monte Carlo simulation algorithm, Phys.
An Introduction to Monte Carlo Simulation of Statistical physics Problem
These hybrid models with mechanisms for handling buoyancy are, as of now, in their infancy and one has to do a critical study of such models to understand the physics underlying them.
Characteristics Of A Magnetic Buoyancy Driven Solar Dynamo Model
Fig. 7 shows the average pulse height as a function of the track position for an FPIX0 p-spray hybrid detector.
Performance of prototype BTeV silicon pixel detectors in a high energy pion beam