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Climate change may affect arctic biodiversity

...environment can affect species through hybridization. Their work led to a commentary article...species, but the evidence suggests hybridization may be an additional threat to Arctic...in an e-mail. The article states hybridization can result from several factors, both...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011811/loc_771592731.shtml
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Juneau Eats: Pears are the jewels of winter's produce section

...and Asia, domestic pears have been under cultivation for the last 3,000 years. Over the centuries, crossbreeding and hybridization have given rise to varieties that are estimated to number anywhere from several hundred to several thousand. Of these...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/013003/loc_pears.shtml
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A shelter for sea ice in a warmer world

...commented in the journal Nature on the potential for increasing hybridization between polar bears and grizzly bears. A few intermingled...Kelly claims that if polar bear populations decline, hybridization with grizzly bears could doom the great white bear. "If...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/031111/sta_797701436.shtml
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Four bird-baby stories

...seeing photographs of the head markings, that the male was probably an intermediate form, perhaps a result of previous hybridization between myrtle and Audubon's. Apparently this pair was busy rearing more intermediate forms of this species. ? Mary...

http://juneauempire.com/outdoors/2011-06-23/four-bird-baby-stories
Outdoors
The story of emerging peonies and new roses

...domesticated, a process of collecting enough wild plants to have a breeding base and rearing seedlings to maturity, the world of hybridization opened. Centuries ago peonies were sent to Chinese courts as tribute from far off lands. Powerful emperors and potentates...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/060200/Com_roses.html
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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...domesticated, a process of collecting enough wild plants to have a breeding base and rearing seedlings to maturity, the world of hybridization opened. Centuries ago peonies were sent to Chinese courts as tribute from far off lands. Powerful emperors and potentates...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/060200/Com_roses.shtml
A large order of fry

...back. Pinks' two-year life cycle is also much more convenient for research than, say, chinooks' five-year cycle. Hybridization experiments depend on seeing what happens two generations - in this case, six years - down the line. Finally, full-grown...

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