Meaning of REPRODUCTION in English

REPRODUCTION

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

assisted reproduction

faithful reproduction

a faithful reproduction of the original picture

vegetative reproduction/propagation

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

asexual

The same pattern of asexual reproduction occurs in water fleas, aphids and even a few lizards.

We can not, then, say that asexual reproduction is cloning.

But here is a form of asexual reproduction that does not lead to cloning.

Moreover, with strictly asexual reproduction , mutations will inevitably accumulate.

cultural

Evidently, cultural reproduction in this sense is not an automatic or uncontested process.

There is an effectively full parity between the purposes of cultural production and this more general social and cultural reproduction .

expanded

Thus' what we have ... is not expanded reproduction , but an Ever-increasing under-production.

This process may be called expanded negative reproduction .

It seemed as though Bukharin's expanded negative reproduction was going into free-fall.

Thus, negative expanded reproduction runs parallel to the accumulation of paper values.

Thus expanded negative reproduction carries with it the seeds of revolution.

This suggests, given the assumptions of the model, that the unproductive component is a necessary one for expanded reproduction .

good

Their secret is mixing good quality reproduction pieces with carefully chosen antiques.

The best that any reproduction system can provide is a sketch.

The wider tape gives better quality reproduction and the machines are very robust - an important consideration for the classroom.

Unlike Pro Logic, it has two discrete rear channels for the best special-effects reproduction yet.

Will she find good reproductions of Lee Krasner's work?

Do you know where I might find one, or do you know of anyone who makes good reproductions ?

human

This habit of mono-reproduction is explicitly compared by the Lele to human reproduction .

The Discovery of Paternity Many people assume patriarchy developed when men discovered their importance in human reproduction .

Again the virgin birth, in view of what we now know of human reproduction , has become highly suspect for people.

Everywhere machinery multiplies with almost human-like proliferation, replicating and updating more quickly than human reproduction .

photographic

He would take a successful picture by Ge rme and purchase its lithographic and photographic reproduction rights.

The artist is often compelled to work with the photographic reproduction in mind.

Electronic stencils produce photographic reproduction . 4.

The prose of this chapter measures the adequacy of verbal accounts of catastrophe in the age of photographic reproduction .

simple

Under simple reproduction all surplus-value is consumed unproductively by the capitalists.

Marx used a numerical model of simple reproduction , which we have seen in Chapter 3, and suggested that Dept.

Marx's Reproduction Schemas Marx formalised his ideas about simple and extended reproduction in Vol.

This behaviour goes beyond simple biological reproduction .

Marx built a model of simple reproduction upon the following assumptions: Only two departments of production.

social

Needs are always related back to capitalism's demand for the social reproduction of its labour force.

Moreover, such a theory must more fully integrate diverse moments of social reproduction , both semiotic and political economic.

The basis for education's ability to bring about this process of social reproduction lies in what Bourdieu terms cultural capital.

Few anthropologists have focused specifically upon the place of the object in social reproduction .

There is an effectively full parity between the purposes of cultural production and this more general social and cultural reproduction .

Therefore, in terms of the total social capital accumulation and social reproduction , Dept.

vegetative

A further source of vegetative reproduction lies in the rhizomes of numerous species.

For these plants we are of course still dependent on vegetative reproduction .

One of these methods of vegetative reproduction is typical for some species; others utilize both methods mentioned above.

In addition, the plants obtained by vegetative reproduction are relatively mature and develop quickly.

■ NOUN

colour

Compared with the exhibition catalogue, the book's colour reproductions are very poor.

They may be seen through 13 March and there is a catalogue with colour reproductions and an essay by Maurice Poirier.

With pride and pleasure, he flips out pairs of colour reproductions on to the kitchen table.

Fine quality colour reproductions serve the extraordinary beauty of these images well.

One incidental advantage of personality pieces is that the magazines in which they appear may be able to afford good-quality colour reproductions .

The standards which can be obtained in colour reproductions today are high, but not always attained.

furniture

It was often buried away among Regency reproduction furniture in shops which were empty most of the time.

Off the pitch he's in the reproduction furniture business.

quality

This hook is particularly useful for its quality reproduction of images.

Their secret is mixing good quality reproduction pieces with carefully chosen antiques.

The wider tape gives better quality reproduction and the machines are very robust - an important consideration for the classroom.

The base level for anything approaching quality reproduction would be 64 levels and this needs over 6.5 megabytes.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a reproduction of a beautiful Ming vase

Dr Weiss's research has focused mostly on human reproduction .

Evolution depends absolutely on the survival and reproduction of the species.

high quality sound reproduction

Scientists studied the reproduction , diet and health of the dolphins.

The store sells a range of reproduction furniture in Colonial style.

These insects have two different methods of reproduction .

Unauthorized reproduction of this publication is strictly forbidden.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Darwinians have usually chosen to discuss genes whose phenotypic effects benefit, or penalize, the survival and reproduction of whole bodies.

Drawing is not a simple imitation, he insisted, a mathematical copy conforming to the original, an inert reproduction .

McPhee supplies a useful gallery of these artists' works, most of them of high quality, in small color reproductions.

The same pattern of asexual reproduction occurs in water fleas, aphids and even a few lizards.

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