Traducción de interbreed en Español:


cruzarse, v.

Pronunciación /ˌɪn(t)ərˈbrid/ /ɪntəˈbriːd/

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verbo intransitivo interbred, interbred

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    (between groups, individuals)
    • As a result, the fly provides the first evidence that two different animal species can interbreed and evolve into a new, distinct animal if their hybrid moves to a new habitat, the study suggests.
    • With closely related animals that can interbreed, it's not unusual for the dominant species to absorb the other, Trinkaus says.
    • These wild oxen appear to have made no detectable contribution to the domestic gene pool; they did not interbreed with their domestic contemporaries.
    • Non-indigenous rainbow interbreeds and competes with native species, and brown trout are threatened as a result.
    • It is part of a complex of closely related gull species that interbreed readily.
    • Because they are free to interbreed, the wild stock is of more or less mixed origin.
    • He says pet rabbits have a habit of digging their way to freedom, especially if kept outside in a garden, and that they often interbreed with native populations.
    • The rats offer several advantages to researchers: the rodents are a distinct species from later European stowaways, and therefore did not interbreed.
    • There are 54 to 58 species of Motacillidae, some of which interbreed.
    • If this process goes on long enough, parent and daughter species can no longer interbreed, and there results a new species.
    • This helps explain why the success of hybrids is so variable and also why some species can, and others cannot, interbreed.
    • He said that two organisms belonged to the same species if they are able to interbreed and produce fertile offspring.
    • Organisms from distinct but closely related species may be able to interbreed.
    • Farmed fish regularly and in increasing numbers escape into the wild where they interbreed, spread diseases to native species and dilute the natural gene pool.
    • The populations in the various parts of the world ocean are all genetically separate subspecies and, while they may co-mingle in breeding grounds, they rarely if ever interbreed.
    • Although the territories of populations overlap, they do not interbreed.
    • When the three species come into contact, they defend territories from one another and do not interbreed.
    • If both types inhabit the same place in the field, they usually interbreed.
    • These races can interbreed but they never produce halfbreeds.
    • The biological definition of a species states that if two races interbreed they belong in the same species.
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    (within group)
    (dentro de un grupo cerrado) reproducirse entre sí
    • The Government agreed to wipe out the UK's ruddy duck population after it was found the north American duck was challenging the survival of the globally-threatened white-headed duck through interbreeding.
    • New scientific information from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service suggests the spotted owl is not entirely dependent on old-growth forest for habitat and faces a significant threat from interbreeding with the barred owl.
    • Wild Atlantic salmon stocks will be wiped out within decades because of interbreeding with escaped farmed stocks, leading scientists have warned.
    • Since their arrival in Africa, Indian cattle genes have thrived and through interbreeding, have spread throughout the continent.
    • Theories have ranged from interspecies genocide to interbreeding to humans' superior communication skills, hunting technology, and social organization.
    • These markers will be used to estimate interbreeding between field populations of the two developmental morphs to assess whether there is any evidence of speciation.
    • And though there are no discernible physical barriers to prevent intermingling or interbreeding, I have never seen mixed herds or any individual that looks like an intermediate form, or hybrid.
    • But taxonomists rarely actually test interbreeding with live animals or plants to see if they could actually produce healthy, fertile offspring.
    • The human race and their technologically able allies moved forth into the galaxy and dispersed, creating new worlds, and through interbreeding, new subspecies of races.
    • Genetic barriers to interbreeding in closely related birds are few, and fertile hybrid crosses are known between members of different genera that have presumably been separate for millions of years.
    • These differences in color are sufficient to prevent interbreeding among existing species.
    • Alan Templeton, a geneticist at Washington University in St. Louis who headed the study reported in Nature, has concluded that yes, there was interbreeding between the different groups.
    • Reproductive isolation - not interbreeding with either of the parent species - is one requirement for a species.

verbo transitivo interbred, interbred

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