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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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It is the result of weight on the Government from the world framework to present Plant Breeders' Rights (PBR) to perceive business plant reproducers' commitment in the advancement of new Varieties, which was fortified by the rising private seed industry in Pakistan.
villosus population consisting of 1000 relatively short-lived adults with a reproducer type life history (Donaldson, 1995b).
This finding is based on India Import Market data of Electrical Machinery, Equipment, Sound Recorders and Reproducers, Television Image and Sound Recorders and Reproducers and its parts of InfodriveIndia.com and is compiled from Imports bills of entry filed at Indian customs through June- 2014 at more than 110 ports in India like JNPT, Bombay Air and Sea , Chennai Air & Sea , Delhi IGI Air, Delhi Tughlakhabad ICD, Delhi Patparganj, Kolkata Air and Sea, Bangalore Air and many more.
However, this conception involves the risk of allowing journalists to act as mere reproducers of the morality of the majority, and to renounce to their critical role in making society reflect on their reality from a more impartial and critical point of view.
Treatment group consisted of 9 subfertile reproducer rabbits inoculated twice with LIT.
The bioethicist Julian Savulescu argues that couples and individuals should not procreate unless they heed the Principle of Procreative Beneficence (PPB), according to which, "[c]ouples (or single reproducers) should select the child, of the possible children they could have, who is expected to have the best life, or at least as good a life as the others, based on the relevant, available information." Savulescu implies that the best way to procreate is to use in vitro fertilization (IVF) and pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) in combination.
They are incredibly prolific reproducers, about 900 eggs per year, and McKee always has a surplus of worms to sell.
Comack characterizes the police as "reproducers of order." She asserts that regular police work reproduces a racially unequal order by drawing on existing frames of reference which code "disorder" and "danger" as racialized.
"Lionfish are incredibly fast reproducers, and they are all over the place.
At the end of the first chapter, Murphy discusses how Lanyer places mother and daughter before father and son as reproducers of genealogical connection, "focusing on Christ as king and portraying women as his brides" (63).
For example more than 6 million M1 Carbines were made between 1941 and 1945, yet there has been a passel of M1 Carbine reproducers over the last 40 years, and Auto-Ordnance is making them right now--even to the point of copying the M1A1 "paratrooper" model with its folding stock.
Bacteria were isolated during an outbreak in larval rearing and reproducers of L.