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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.
Since in these maps every formal or chromatic decision has been subjected to experiential proof and responds to very complex laws of optimization, they can only be reproduced just as they are, or they are made worse.
The hatchery is the first in the world to successfully grow and release wild fish, and Kent said many of the tagged fish have already reproduced.
Figure 3, reproduced below, relates to transfers of assets between related corporations.
Not only does she include a detailed index and an immense bibliography along with voluminous end-notes, but she begins with a three page list of abbreviations, and concludes with a forty-page appendix that includes the original text of the principal documents, lovingly reproduced with detailed and ingenious philolgical commentary.
Yet with every change, people's access to better reproduced, more portable, more personalized music grows.
Evidence of the changing and inconsistent composition of racialized groups, and definitions of racial difference in the course of modern history, suggests that "race" must be recognized as at least as unstable, at least as contingent, as subject to the same historical contexts that have continually reproduced and reconstituted class, gender, and other social formations.
Because businesses are going paperless, much of the electronic communication is being reproduced in litigation.
This score, which has been difficult to obtain in the past, is reproduced beautifully in this Dover version.
If the cells reproduced but could not function, a person would clearly receive no benefit from an increased CD4 T cell count.
The graphs on page 30 were incorrectly reproduced by your publication.