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Hybridisation (or hybridization) may refer to:
- Hybridisation (biology) the process of combining different varieties of organisms to create a hybrid
- It is defined as the intermixing of orbitals of nearly equal energies of an atom to give the same number of identical atom
- Nucleic acid hybridization, the process of joining two complementary strands of nucleic acids - RNA, DNA or oligonucleotides
- In [chemistry], the mixing of atomic orbitals of different energy to obtain homogeneous orbitals of the same energy (Orbital hybridisation)
- In evolutionary algorithms, the merging two or more optimization techniques into a single algorithm
- Memetic algorithm, a common template for hybridisation
- In linguistics, the process of one variety blending with another variety
- The alteration of a vehicle into a hybrid electric vehicle
- In globalization theory, the ongoing blending of cultures
- Hybridization in political election campaign communication, the combining of campaign techniques developed in different countries
- In paleoanthropology, the controversial hypothesis of Neanderthal and human hybridization
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