Reproduce


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Reproduce

To produce a counterpart, image, or copy of the original.
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Those genes could spread quickly, since an unusually large proportion of their bearers would survive to reproduce.
Fungi can reproduce by normal sexual reproduction in which cells from two different individuals fuse and their nuclei, which contain the chromosomes, fuse as well.
They inserted a similar segment from rhinovirus, a virus that causes the common cold and can reproduce in a variety of cells.
We're thrilled to be teaming up with ViaGen, and our clients are excited about the opportunity to reproduce their best performance and breeding animals," said Dr.
The virus, which cannot reproduce, could deliver therapeutic genes or proteins to HIV-infected cells, the investigators suggest in the Sept.
Byotrol interferes with the conditioning of the surface, such as a wall or table, before the micro-organism lands, making it more difficult for the micro organism to settle on the surface and stay there and reproduce.
Byotrol interferes with the conditioning of the surface, such as a wall or table, before the bug lands, making it more difficult for the micro organism to settle on the surface and stay there and reproduce.
For the nasal vaccine, they mix the emerging virus with a master strain that grows at temperatures so low the wild virus can't reproduce.
The guide shows how PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM(R) Colors reproduce in CMYK on coated paper in a side-by-side comparison.
The service includes: Reproduce printed matter on white or colored paper in black or four-color according to paper model or computer file sent by courier.
While the older cells eventually died, their offspring survived long enough to reproduce even in the harsh environments.
com)-- Carl Jarl Group has just announced that they can now reproduce remotes for a wide variety of vehicles.