GLOSSARY :: H ::
Human Genome Project (HGP): An international large-scale project (USA, 1988) coordinated by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Department of Energy (DOE) to determine the entire nucleotide sequence of human chromosomes. Russia was the second country to conduct a national project in 1989. National programs on genomes research were set up in more than 20 countries (Great Britain, Germany, France and others). Six larger projects are coordinated by the Human Genome Organization (HUGO), established in 1988.
Hybrid: The result of mating two organisms from different species or genetically very different members of the same species.
Hypertext: A computer-based system for linking text and other information with cross-references, making access fast and criticisms easy to publish and find.
Hypotechnozoology: The field of zoology emerging from the underside of positivist zoology via technomodeling.