Early development from fertilized egg to early gastrula of this cross-fertilization
was quite similar to that of the conspecific A.
The issue of the degree of pollen dispersal and cross-fertilization
between maize genotypes has become increasingly important with the recent and continued release of new transgenic maize hybrids.
Chances are the floodgates will open, allowing cross-fertilization
and professional development to flourish.
Areas of cross-fertilization
are expected in new techniques that can be applied, but principles from mainstream surface-mount technology can also be adopted.
At its core, the book describes the cross-fertilization
of terrorism and international organized crime.
Caux offered them a chance for cross-fertilization
with other groups involved in training people for responsibility and leadership.
And although--as with any change--it can have downsides, this cross-fertilization
is overwhelmingly a force for good.
It also elaborates on four key elements of Operation Cooperation (networking, partnering for problem solving, cross-fertilization
, and information sharing) and presents examples of partnerships in several states.
The W100 will serve as the female and the gps mutant will serve as the males for cross-fertilization
The UK College of Dentistry, with the UK Chandler Medical Center, established the Center for Oral Health Research (COHR) to enhance multidisciplinary research and nurture cross-fertilization
of research expertise.
The second part of the book, entitled "Individual Trajectories and Spaces of Norms: Cross-fertilization
and Cosmopolitanism," focusses on a "sociology of coming and going, of entering and leaving, of cross-fertilization
" that examines new identities that emerge more out of movement than out of settlement.
By putting multiple companies under one banner, Mosaic hopes to create cross-fertilization
for its clients.