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agamic

[ā′gam·ik]
(biology)
Referring to a species or generation which does not reproduce sexually.
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As such, the text belongs to the group of Agamas that provide the rules for "worship for the sake of others" or pararthapuja: these texts are distinct from those describing Agamic worship "for one's own sake(atmarthapuja).
These have been conceptualised, constructed and consecrated according to strict Agamic prescriptions and are served by a retinue of trained ritual specialists, mainly from Tamilnadu.
This may have resulted from agamic regeneration, with the sprouts growing faster and straighter than the seedlings
If grammatical standardization was often less strict in the tantric or agamic genre, which gave it the reputation of being `ungrammatical', the Sanskrit of several works in this genre, such as the Tantrasamuccaya, for instance, is in a highly literary style.
The agamic generation, galls that contain solely asexual female wasps, develop on the underside of the leaves attached to the midvein or occasionally to the secondary leaf veins.
Apomictic Taraxacum section Ruderalia species have a larger range than closely related sexuals (Mogie and Ford 1988; Den Nijs and Menken 1994), a phytogeographical pattern similar to that observed in other agamic complexes (so-called geographic parthenogenesis; Vandel 1928; Bierzychudek 1987).
Official Hinduism' is dominated by Agamic, Shaivite precepts and practiced by the elite in Singapore (ibid.
Fertilisation of unreduced gametes: A technique for genetic enhancement within the Cenchrus-Pennisetum agamic complex.