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Ploughing a New Furrow. Dirt to Soil. Pesticide Application Methods. Microclimate: The Biological Environment. Hybrids are sometimes created by humans to produce improved plants that have some of the characteristics of each of the parent species. Much work is now being done with hybrids between crops and their wild relatives to improve disease-resistance or climate resilience for both agricultural and horticultural crops.
A sterile hybrid between Trillium cernuum and T. An ornamental lily hybrid known as Lilium 'Citronella' .
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Sterility in a non-polyploid hybrid is often a result of chromosome number; if parents are of differing chromosome pair number, the offspring will have an odd number of chromosomes, which leaves them unable to produce chromosomally-balanced gametes. Triploid bananas and watermelons are intentionally bred because they produce no seeds and are also parthenocarpic.
There is evidence of hybridisation between modern humans and other species of the genus Homo. In , a complete prehistorical skeleton found in Portugal , the Lapedo child , had features of both anatomically modern humans and Neanderthals.
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A 37, to 42,year-old human jawbone found in Romania's Oase cave contains traces of Neanderthal ancestry [a] from only four to six generations earlier. It is proposed that it was the offspring of a Neanderthal mother and a human father. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Hybrid. Further information: Hybrid zone.
Main article: Reproductive isolation. Main articles: Hybrid speciation and Hybrid zone.
Main article: Heterosis. Main article: Genetic pollution. Further information: Genetic mixing and Introgression. Main articles: Biodiversity and Food security.
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