Difference between revisions of "Interspecific hybrid"

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2. A hybrid created by crossing two plants within the same species; many seeded bermudagrass [[cultivar]]s are hybrids of ''C. dactylon'' varieties.<br>
 
2. A hybrid created by crossing two plants within the same species; many seeded bermudagrass [[cultivar]]s are hybrids of ''C. dactylon'' varieties.<br>
  
<br>http://davesgarden.com/pics/MGMan_1127674976_836_tn.jpg<br><br> Interspecific hybrid morning glory <br> Source: http://davesgarden.com/
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<br>http://www.botany.hawaii.edu/faculty/carr/images/cal_mub_hd2.jpg<br><br> Interspecific Hybrid of Calycadenia fremontii x C. multiglandulosa <br> Source: http://www.botany.hawaii.edu/

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1. A hybrid created by crossing two different species within the same genus; many bermudagrasses popular for sports turf use interspecific hybrids of Cynodon dactylon and Cynodon transvaalensis.

2. A hybrid created by crossing two plants within the same species; many seeded bermudagrass cultivars are hybrids of C. dactylon varieties.


cal_mub_hd2.jpg

Interspecific Hybrid of Calycadenia fremontii x C. multiglandulosa
Source: http://www.botany.hawaii.edu/