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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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According to Schulze-Lefert, wheat and barley mildew offspring from asexual reproduction are normally more successful than their sexually reproduced counterparts.
Figure 4, reproduced below, relates to transfers of assets between unrelated corporations.
While the first seven chapters are convincing and illuminating, readers of this journal will doubtless be drawn to the second half, where Enders demonstrates the permeability of early modern generic borders, for example in the enactment of Jewish desecration of the Host which [presumably] unknowingly reproduced earlier plays on the topic as if the incident depicted there had happened.
Just as "class is defined by men as they live their own history, and, in the end, this is its only definition," (6) evidence shows us that racial categories have been reproduced and renegotiated in ad hoc fashion by individuals pursuing explicit and implicit goals, and have altered to meet historical contingencies.
A listing of the characters and the cast in the Parisian premiere is reproduced from the original publication.
Reds and Gregg Nielsen were reproduced incorrectly on p.
More than 500 costumes were reproduced by Elena Zaitseva using Ivan Vsevolozhsky's original designs.
Transferring computerized books and records to an electronic storage medium using techniques such as COLD (computer output to laser disk), which allows the books and records to be viewed or reproduced without the original program.
Completed testing of the electronic storage system to establish that hard copy or computerized books and records are being reproduced in compliance with all the provisions of the revenue procedure; and
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.
2 (Venice, 1916), 220-54, also reproduced in Eugenio Garin's Prosatori latini del Quattrocento (Naples, 1952), 314-77.