The hybridological method is the study of inheritance by hybridization (crossing), that is, the union of two genetically different organisms (gametes). The heterozygous organism that results from this is called a hybrid, and the offspring is called a hybrid.
Scientists conduct hybridization to identify new species, plant species, animals or improve quality.
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