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Synonyms for reproduce

Synonyms for reproduce

to make a copy of

to produce sexually or asexually others of one's kind

Synonyms for reproduce

have offspring or produce more individuals of a given animal or plant

recreate a sound, image, idea, mood, atmosphere, etc.

repeat after memorization


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Knowing how a species reproduces can alter everything from how a researcher would go about developing a vaccine against it to what sorts of methods can be used to answer even the most basic questions about its biology.
As asexual snails became increasingly affected by a parasite that made them unable to reproduce, the most common asexual strain of Potamopyrgus antipodarum almost disappeared.
He has studied other lizards that don't need males to reproduce, but he says that he's never encountered a vertebrate species in which the females switch to asexual reproduction in a pinch.
UWM and TACOM will reproduce the parts with a lightweight material initially.
Black Panel" reproduces blacker blacks thanks to Pioneer's newly developed "Crystal Emissive Layer".
They are more likely to reproduce in the summer months off the Southern California coast, and it takes about four years for a sea bass to get to the reproductive stage.
In fact, the mission of the BE summer internship program is to reproduce for each class of young professionals the day-to-day work experience and commitment to professional excellence that is at the core of our corporate culture.
Despite record-mogul fear mongering about the sounds of silence that will descend if they can't sell you $18 CDs, you can't tell me people won't still perform music--and even reproduce it in forms that people might be able to pirate--merely because they won't be able to make a healthy living at it.
Stone Gallery aims to reproduce the world's most beautiful natural stones, emulating their colours and structural variations.
Put another way, denouncing metropolitan populations as uniformly racist and imperialistic, thus implicitly white, may inadvertantly concede, participate in and reproduce racialized and colonized people's exclusion from these societies.
The microscopic creatures begin to behave like swarms, reproduce, hunt, and invade their creators.
By allowing dwarf mistletoe to grow and create witches' brooms, we are helping a whole community of living things survive and reproduce.
The experiment suggests the skill difference between a master reader who can easily reproduce the 16 letters of "the cat is on the mat" and a beginning reader who has trouble reproducing the same letters: t-h-e-c-a-t-i-s-o-n-t-h-e-m-a-t.
But even more threatening to species preservation are hybrids that can reproduce.
When a company has to reproduce its employee e-mails for months or years, it could have a pile of paper close to the size of Chicago's Sears Tower, said Robert Hammesfahr, an attorney with Cozen O'Connor