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Selection, development and conservation of indigenous poultry breeds and hybridizing with high producing exotic breeds would help us to develop high producing dual purpose breed for rural areas.
By hybridizing or simply leaving space for supplementary components, your system can easily adapt to building changes.
I have been working at hybridizing for over five years now with mixed results.
"It can take decades to see a hybridizing project through from start to finish," Arboretum tree researcher Richard Olsen explains.
Other recent works hybridizing video art with film or the live arts come to mind--for different reasons, Yinka Shonibare's Un Ballo in Maschera, 2004, and Jeroen de Rijke and Willem de Rooij's Mandarin Ducks, 2005--but Costume Party is an altogether more satirical project.
Although Skinner was introducing hardy plant material by 1911, and was hybridizing plants by the First World War, his serious plant breeding began in 1918.
We designed a 1-step real-time quantitative RT-PCR assay for SARS-CoV with the use of 2 TagMan probes, instead of 1 probe, hybridizing to the same PCR product to further improve the sensitivity.
Simply hybridizing the electric motor with a three-cylinder motor, in theory, should boost mileage by 15 to 20 mpg.
However, the impact of syntrophic benzoate degradation on the activity of methanogenic populations could not be detected by hybridizing the Archaea-specific probe with rRNA extracted from the 3-CB-amended digester mesocosm and no-substrate control over time.
Fred had been hybridizing lilies for many years and gave a demonstration of hybridizing lilies at our first spring seminar.
tuberculosis strains that have more than five copies of IS6110 with similar but not identical fingerprint patterns (differing by one or two IS6110 hybridizing bands) is unknown, in some cases epidemiologic links among patients infected with such strains have been established (9).
It may be hybridizing with another Old World species, the Ringed Turtle-Dove, which escapes captivity but doesn't seem to be established as a breeder yet.
Due to various degrees of consideration by contributing authors, specific criteria were used to judge if the species was implicated in hybridizing with at least one other species.