Definition of Intercrossing

1. Verb. (present participle of intercross) ¹



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Definition of Intercrossing

1. intercross [v] - See also: intercross

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intercrossing

intercountry
intercounty
intercouple
intercrater
intercricothyrotomy
intercristal
intercrop
intercropped
intercropping
intercrops
intercross
intercrossed
intercrosses
intercrossing (current term)
intercrural
intercrural fibres
intercrural ganglion
intercrystalline
intercultural
interculturalism
interculturalize
interculturalized
interculturalizes
interculturalizing
interculturally
interculture
intercuneiform joints

Literary usage of Intercrossing

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1. The Human Species by Armand Quatrefages de Bréau (1890)
"This intercrossing exists when a very decided and apparently exclusive ... It is a case of intercrossing again, when the same character varies in such a ..."

2. The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, Or, The Preservation of by Charles Darwin (1882)
"... Natural Selection, namely, intercrossing, isolation, number of individuals—Slow action— Extinction caused by Natural Selection—Divergence of Character, ..."

3. The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication by Charles Darwin (1899)
"It is free intercrossing which chiefly gives uniformity, both under nature and under domestication, to the individuals of the same species or variety, ..."

4. Report of the Annual Meeting (1901)
"Judging from the results I have obtained, intercrossing of two distinct varieties ... intercrossing, on the other hand, rarely leads to the blending of the ..."

5. Darwinism: An Exposition of the Theory of Natural Selection, with Some of by Alfred Russel Wallace (1891)
"... swamping effects of intercrossing—Isolation as preventing intercrossing—Gulick on the effects of isolation—Cases in which isolation is ineffective. ..."

6. Heredity and Selection in Sociology by Georges Chatterton-Hill (1907)
"CHAPTER VIII HYBRIDISM AND intercrossing OPINIONS as ... It would be erroneous," he wrote, " to pretend that all intercrossing is necessarily harmful. ..."

7. Darwinism and Politics: With Two Additional Essays on Human Evolution by David George Ritchie (1901)
"... swamping effects of intercrossing—Isolation as preventing intercrossing—Gulick on the effects of isolation—Cases in which isolation is ineffective. ..."

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