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Synonyms for spawn

Synonyms for spawn

to produce sexually or asexually others of one's kind

Synonyms for spawn

the mass of eggs deposited by fish or amphibians or molluscs

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call forth

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lay spawn

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Production lots of Agaricus bisporus (Sylvan A-15) millet spawn and Matrix[R] were both obtained from Sylvan's West Hills spawn plant.
In the late 1990s, SPAWN founder and biologist Todd Steiner witnessed salmon struggling to get over a dam to reach spawning habitat.
The substrates were then separately inoculated with 10 g (4% on dry weight basis) of three different types of spawn separately (wheat, corn and millet) [21].
Had I not caught it in October, it would probably have fallen to a rod early the next season as a dark fish, still with the spawn inside it undeveloped.
And if they start to spawn when the fishing season begins, they will be thinking of that rather than feeding.
We are just giving these fish one more fighting chance to survive in their habitat, which humans have altered to the fishes' detriment," says Todd Steiner, executive director of SPAWN.
The facility will serve a variety of functions, a retail operation featuring McFarlane Toys' hard-to-find figures and newly released lines, a showroom with custom-built sets showcasing rare prototypes of upcoming toy lines including Spawn, sports, monsters, music, and film figures.
David Morley, Agency Fisheries Officer, said: "Unlike the Pacific salmon, which only spawns once, the Atlantic salmon can return to the sea to ascend the rivers to spawn again.
The fishway will make possible runs of alewives, an anadromous species--fish that spend most of their lives in salt water and spawn in fresh--up the East Branch of the Sebasticook River to spawn in the lake.
Since the mid 1990s, anglers have observed large concentrations of adult fish in spawning condition in the shallow areas adjacent to the Maumee River channel each spring, suggesting that walleye were using these areas to spawn.
It was only a matter of time until the complete Volcom Oz team, including the Spawn from Melbourne, would arrive ready to run amuck.
For reasons still unknown, some of these capelin schools spawn on the offshore banks like the cod, which gorge on them shortly after their orgies are completed.
Calgary-born comic book artist and creator of the hugely popular Spawn, Todd McFarlane is larger than life.
TO PRODUCE commercial supplies of larval prawns for farms, breeding stocks are induced to spawn through a process called `eye-stalk ablation' (where the eye-stalk and therefore the eye, are removed).