Definition of Intercrossed

1. Adjective. Produced by crossbreeding.

Exact synonyms: Hybrid
Similar to: Crossbred
Derivative terms: Hybrid



Definition of Intercrossed

1. Verb. (past of intercross) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Intercrossed

1. intercross [v] - See also: intercross

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intercrossed

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

Literary usage of Intercrossed

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1. The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom by Charles Darwin (1876)
"The intercrossed plants (ie, those which had been intercrossed for the last five generations) likewise exceed in height the self-fertilised plants, ..."

2. Charles Darwin's Works by Charles Darwin (1877)
"The Westerham-crossed plants in height to the self-fertilised as 100 to 66 The Westerham-crossed plants in height to the intercrossed . . . . . .as 100 to ..."

3. The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom, by Charles Darwin (1889)
"The Westerham-crossed plants in height to the self-fertilised as 100 to 66 The Westerham-crossed plants in height to the intercrossed as 100 to 108 The ..."

4. The Origin of Floral Structures Through Insect and Other Agencies by George Henslow (1888)
"100:109 The English-crossed to the intercrossed * plants 100: 94 The intercrossed to the self-fertilised plants ] 00:116 Secondly, as to weights,— The ..."

5. The Popular Science Review: A Quarterly Miscellany of Entertaining and (1879)
"Although the actual heights of the intercrossed plants were in every year greater than those of the self-fertilised, yet the ratios taken as above proposed ..."

6. The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin (1909)
"Although the fertility of varieties when intercrossed and of their mongrel offspring has been asserted by so many authors to be universal, this cannot be ..."

7. Inbreeding and Outbreeding: Their Genetic and Sociological Significance by Edward Murray East, Donald Forsha Jones (1919)
"Plants of the same stock intercrossed during several generations (as with ... Lastly, certain plants which are regularly intercrossed by insects in a state ..."

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