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Can an organism obtaining a part of its genome via horizontal gene transfer be called a “hybrid”?
Wikipedia definition of "hybrid" offers many competing definitions. But most seem to be centered on sexual-reproduction gene transfer. Is there an official (in a textbook or widely accepted peer ...
Aug 18 '12 at 21:09
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