wide cross

wide cross

[′wīd ′krȯs]
(genetics)
A mating between individuals of different genera.
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They chose samples in each study from a wide cross section of 15- to 80-year-olds living in towns along Greenland's rapidly industrializing western coast.
We need a wide cross section of council members,'' Rasmussen said.
When applied to a clean, warm mold (>160[degrees]F), RR 280 WB will give a thin, highly durable, heat-stable release film capable of releasing a wide cross section of elastomers and thermosetting plastics, according to the manufacturer.