reproduce


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reproduce

(rē′prə-do͞os′)
v.
1. To generate offspring by sexual or asexual means.
2. To produce a counterpart, an image, or a copy of something.
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One thing that IL-2 does is cause CD4 T cells to reproduce.
The Supreme Court's clearest jurisprudence in this area focuses on the right not to reproduce, rather than the right to reproduce.
By actually using the electronic storage system, the district director can evaluate the equipment and software as well as the procedures to prepare, record, transfer, index, store, preserve, retrieve and reproduce electronically stored documents.
By assigning the entire copyright to the publisher, the author has given the publisher the right to reproduce and distribute the work in print, on CD-ROM, or in an electronic database.
And editors should understand that in absence of a written agreement stating otherwise, what they are purchasing from a writer, photographer or artist are "one time rights" to reproduce the commissioned work.
This product provides the capability to quickly reproduce the area terrain maps and up-to-date mission overlays that are required to respond effectively to changing battlefield conditions.
The scientists also genetically engineered one population of roundworms to only produce asexually and another population to only reproduce sexually.
This article outlines fundraising possibilities of this "smart codes" design for computer-controlled money, with financial accounts that can reproduce without limit, inheriting options and services and forming family trees.
After her death, the colony often dies off since sterile workers can't reproduce.
It's not quite eugenics, perhaps, but the Wisconsin Supreme Court agrees that it's OK for a judge to order David Oakley not to reproduce.
The electronic storage system must also index, store, preserve, retrieve, and reproduce the electronically stored books and records.