Hybrid

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Hybrid may refer to:

Economics and finance[edit]

  • Hybrid market, a system allowing stock trades to be completed either electronically or manually
  • Hybrid security, a type of economic instrument

Technology[edit]

Electrical power generation[edit]

  • Hybrid generator, an electric power system comprising two or more generators that supply power to a single output
  • Hybrid power, the combination of a power producer and the means to store that power in an energy storage medium
    • Hybrid power source, a stand-alone power system that operates independently of a larger power grid network

Electronics[edit]

Transportation[edit]

  • Hybrid bicycle, a bicycle with features of road and mountain bikes
  • Hybrid motorcycle, a motorcycle built using components from two or more original-manufacturer products, usually having an engine and frame/chassis from different sources, such as Norvin, TriBSA, or Triton
  • Hybrid train, a locomotive, railcar, or train that uses an onboard rechargeable energy storage system
  • Hybrid vehicle, a vehicle using more than one power source or an engine sourced from a different chassis
    • Hybrid electric vehicle, a vehicle using both internal combustion and electric power sources
    • Plug-in hybrid, a hybrid electric vehicle that can run exclusively on electric power and be recharged without using the gas engine

Science[edit]

Biology[edit]

  • Hybrid (biology), an offspring resulting from cross-breeding
  • Hybrid grape, grape varieties produced by cross-breeding two Vitis species
  • Hybridity, as in the property of a hybrid plant which is a union of two different genetic parent strains

Physics[edit]

Sports[edit]

  • Hybrid (golf), a golf club that has the characteristics between a wood and an iron
  • Hybrid martial arts, fighting systems that incorporate techniques and theories from several martial arts

Other uses[edit]

As a proper name[edit]

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Fictional entities[edit]

Films[edit]

Games[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Hybrid music festival, a music festival that takes place on site as well as on a virtual platform
  • Hybrid concert, a concert that takes place on site as well as on a virtual platform
Bands and labels[edit]
Albums and EPs[edit]

Other arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

  • Hybrid genre, a blend of different categories of art or culture
  • Hybrids (novel), a book in the Neanderthal Parallax trilogy by Robert J. Sawyer

See also[edit]