Reproduce


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Reproduce

To produce a counterpart, image, or copy of the original.
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Ewan ko ba kung saan basis niya iyon [If they can reproduce everyday, why will..
In 2015, Noble Research Institute molecular mycologist Carolyn Young and Nikki Charlton, senior research associate, set out to determine whether pecan scab reproduces asexually or if it also uses sexual reproduction.
Any effort of a young singer with undeveloped organs to reproduce such timbre will, without skillful guidance, result in forced register and mismanaged breath.
In animals that reproduce from eggs without fertilization (known as parthenogic animals), the females do not get rid of one set of chromosomes in their eggs.
Researchers found that avoider birds, for the most part, failed to reproduce successfully for at least one year after forced relocation.
Photographer Sharat Sharma reproduces nature in the form of mountains in India and Switzerland.
Recognizing pollinators lets the plants reproduce only when birds bring pollen from unrelated H.
Altermatt also says that the increase in temperature speeds up the development of the insects, so they're ready to reproduce earlier in their lives.
During good times--for example, when the yeast equivalent of the stock market looks solid at 14,000--yeast reproduces asexually.
One in every 100 human immunodeficiency viruses can successfully integrate its DNA with the DNA of the human cell; it has to complete this process in order to reproduce. This study shows a mechanism that allows a number of the other 99 percent to have the ability to replicate also without integrating itself within human DNA.
Now, it appears that after acyclovir is altered by herpes viruses, it also interferes with the AIDS virus's ability to reproduce, report researchers from the National Institutes of Health and other institutions.
Female sharks can reproduce without having sex, scientists revealed.