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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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Mildew fungi detected on afflicted host plants have only successfully reproduced sexually every few centuries, primarily reproducing asexually instead," Wicker said.
The wood's grain and figure is reproduced in all of its various designs and textures on top of the white coat in much the same manner as the youngster in school reproduces the image of a buffalo nickel by placing a sheet of paper over the coin and rubbing it with a pencil.
Figure 4, reproduced below, relates to transfers of assets between unrelated corporations.
Byrd, who directs the program in African American Studies at Emory University, has edited a generous selection from this rich archive in Generations in Black and White, faithfully reproduced from new prints prepared from Van Vechten's original negatives in the Beinecke Library at Yale University.
University faculty create copyrighted works and members of the university community use copyrighted materials to prepare for teaching and for research purposes; faculty assign copyrighted works to be read by students; and faculty-produced copyrighted works are reproduced for library reserves and in coursepacks.
com/research/c241ea/chile_trade_of_veg) has announced the addition of the "Chile Trade of Vegetable Alkaloids, Natural or Reproduced By Synthesis: Import, Export, Market Prospects" report to their offering.
But "unless it's reproduced in someone else's lab, I'm not going to believe it," he adds.
The photograph, taken by AP photojournalist Richard Drew and reproduced inside the September 12 New York Times, uncannily records an instant in which an unidentified falling man is perfectly aligned with the vertical beams of the towers.
Her own acrylic paintings are reproduced on the cards.
transferring computerized books and records to an electronic storage media using a technique such as `COLD' (computer output to laser disk), which allows books and records to be viewed or reproduced without the use of the original program.
After a brief introduction discussing the status of the print trade in the early sixteenth century, a survey of the history of the British Museum's collection of German Renaissance prints highlights the achievements of such legendary curators of the past as Campbell Dodgson (1867-1948), and in particular the contribution of William Mitchell (1820-1908), the donor largely responsible for assembling the Museum's important collection of German woodcuts printed with colored tone blocks, eight of which are reproduced in excellent color.
Record management practices may include the labeling of documents, providing a secure storage environment, creating back-up copies, selecting an off-site storage location, retaining hard copies of illegible documents or documents that cannot be accurately or completely imaged or reproduced under the imaging system, and testing to confirm records integrity.