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rep·li·cate

(rep'li-kāt),
1. One of several identical processes or observations.
2. To repeat; to produce an exact copy.

replicate

(rĕp′lĭ-kāt′)
v. repli·cated, repli·cating, repli·cates
v.tr.
1. Biology To reproduce or make an exact copy or copies of (genetic material, a cell, or an organism).
2. To repeat (a scientific experiment) to confirm findings or ensure accuracy.
v.intr.
To become replicated; undergo replication: cells that replicate rapidly in culture.
n. (-kĭt)
A repetition of an experiment or procedure.
adj. replicate (-kĭt)
1. Duplicated, copied, reproduced, or repeated: a replicate sample.
2. Folded over or bent back upon itself: a replicate leaf.

rep′li·ca′tive adj.

rep·li·cate

(repli-kăt, -kāt)
1. One of several identical processes or observations.
2. To repeat; to produce an exact copy.

replicate

produce an exact copy

rep·li·cate

(repli-kăt, -kāt)
1. One of several identical processes or observations.
2. To repeat; to produce an exact copy.

replicate

to repeat an experiment or an object a number of times.
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The monopolist and monopolistic competition market structure is a dampener for Schumpeterian entrepreneurship and fosters only the replicative kind.
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The principal strengths are that it presents entrepreneurship as a choice which may or may not be selected; that it is fairly comprehensive in its specification of the factors that enter into the decision, including, non-pecuniary benefits/costs and the attractiveness of the next-best alternative; and that it provides a good overall description of entry by Baumol's replicative entrepreneur (2010).
This intriguing finding leads to the hypothesis that the Polh gene, which encodes Pol [eta], evolved specifically to relieve replicative arrest associated with the presence of unexcised pyrimidine dimers in DNA following exposure of cells to UV radiation--and does so accurately.
They are important in helping to combat poverty, but unlike the innovative entrepreneurs, who can be considered salesmen of new products and new productive techniques, the replicative entrepreneurs, with their conventional activities, contribute little to industrial revolutions and the consequent explosions in economic growth.
Jobs' brand of innovative entrepreneurship has not yet moved into the replicative arena.
The course of chronic HBV infection can be divided into the following four phases based on markers of replicative or non-replicative disease:
The observed results suggested a consistent replicative burst needed for rapid growth and development leading to sexual maturity, adulthood and reproductive potency in these animals.
These innovative individuals are very different from the population William Baumol has called replicative entrepreneurs--those who start new businesses similar to those they see around them (see further reading 1).
This suggests that the replicative activity of the D genotype in mixed hepatitis B+C is higher than in genotypes HBV A and C.