autoreproduction

au·to·re·pro·duc·tion

(aw'tō-rē'prō-duk'shŭn),
The ability of a gene or virus, or nucleoprotein molecule generally, to bring about the synthesis of another molecule like itself from smaller molecules within the cell.

au·to·re·pro·duc·tion

(aw'tō-rē-prŏ-dŭk'shŭn)
The ability of a gene or virus, or nucleoprotein molecule generally, to bring about the synthesis of another molecule like itself from smaller molecules within the cell.
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While these various new hominin alliances are neither conclusive nor uncontested, they do suggest a loosening of the biological unity of human life and a querying of its autoreproduction as a singular force into the future.

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