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.
They inserted a similar segment from rhinovirus, a virus that causes the common cold and can reproduce in a variety of cells.
The virus, which cannot reproduce, could deliver therapeutic genes or proteins to HIV-infected cells, the investigators suggest in the Sept.
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 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.