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Thus, it can be stated that hybridization provided better hybrid vigor for this trait and, consequently, greater tolerance to cold when compared to the commercial cultivar.
In this study, the vegetative and reproductive development of the F2 generation plants of hybrid papaya plants, as well as the fruit quality, do not suggest the reduction of hybrid vigor.
Keywords: Crystals, Endospores, Hybrid vigor, Mortality, Recombinant bioinsecticides, survival.
First identified at CSHL by George Shull in 1908, hybrid vigor - or heterosis, as biologists call it - involves interbreeding genetically distinct plants to generate offspring more robust than either inbred parent.
Our results demonstrate successful hybridization between a Chilean scallop population and a bay scallop population, with considerable hybrid vigor being observed, implying the existence of a more complex genetic basis.
Scientists still don't completely understand how hybrid vigor occurs," Steve says.
For exploiting hybrid vigor, per se performance, sca effects and the extent of heterosis of hybrids are important.
Andrews' unusual combination exhibits hybrid vigor.
The other three hybrids; Red Maradol as female x Sunrise as male, Red Maradol as female x Solo Kapoho as male, and Solo Kapoho as female x Red Maradol as male, did not show hybrid vigor in this evaluation, since there was no significant difference with the control, nor among them.
Red oaks hybridize, too, but don't seem to obtain the famed hybrid vigor as often as white oaks.
Some of those gains and losses of genes and other sequences might contribute to hybrid vigor, a condition in which offspring are heartier and better yielding than either parent.
Benjamin and Shaffer (2007) found hybrids of these two Ambystoma species to exhibit hybrid vigor, and they suggest hybrids may eventually replace the historically pure A.