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of or related to reproduction
A reproductive organism (especially such an insect)
that reproduces
producing new life or offspring; "tXsXwhe reproductive potential of a species is its relative capacity to reproduce itself under optimal conditions"; "the reproductive or generative organs"
{s} procreant, producing offspring; pertaining to the process of reproduction; serving to reproduce
Reproductive processes and organs are concerned with the reproduction of living things. the female reproductive system
Tending, or pertaining, to reproduction; employed in reproduction
reproductive cloning
A form of artificial reproduction based on cloning in which a cloned embryo is implanted in a woman's uterus
reproductive division
The process of mitosis or meiosis
reproductive health
Referring to an as yet informal agglomeration of fertility medicine, obstetrics, gynecology and some aspects of urology and endocrinology as they relate to normal and pathological processes and conditions of human reproduction in either men or women
reproductive medicine
The area of medical specialization concerned with aiding fertility and reproduction
reproductive organ
an organ used for sexual reproduction
reproductive success
(Tıp, İlaç) Reproductive success is defined as the passing of genes onto the next generation in a way that they too can pass those genes on. In practice, this is often a tally of the number of offspring produced by an individual. A more correct definition, which incorporates inclusive fitness, is the relative production of fertile offspring by a genotype. For example, the offspring produced as a result of normal mating are an example of reproductive success, because they too can pass their genetic material on to the next generation. Alternatively, the birth of a mule as a result of the mating of a horse and a donkey is not an example of reproductive success because the mule is sterile and thus not able to continue the germ line
reproductive behaviour
In animals, any activity directed toward perpetuation of a species. Sexual reproduction, the most common mode, occurs when a female's egg is fertilized by a male's sperm. The resulting unique combination of genes produces genetic variety that contributes to a species' adaptability. The stages of approach, identification, and copulation are well developed to avoid predators and the wastage of eggs and sperm. Most one-celled and some more-complex organisms reproduce asexually. See also courtship behaviour
reproductive cell
a spermatozoon or an ovum
reproductive cloning
making a full living copy of an organism; requires a surrogate mother
reproductive organ
any organ involved in sexual reproduction
reproductive structure
the parts of a plant involved in its reproduction
reproductive system
organs and tissues involved in the production and maturation of gametes and in their union and subsequent development as offspring
reproductive system
The bodily system of gonads, associated ducts, and external genitals concerned with sexual reproduction
female internal reproductive organ
the reproductive organs of a woman
female reproductive system
the reproductive system of females
human reproductive cloning
the reproductive cloning of a sentient human being; generaly considered ethically unacceptable
human reproductive system
Organ system by which humans reproduce. In females, the ovaries sit near the openings of the fallopian tubes, which carry eggs from the ovaries to the uterus. The cervix extends from the lower end of the uterus into the vagina, whose opening, as well as that of the urethra (see urinary system), is covered by four folds of skin (the labia); the clitoris, a small erectile organ, is located where the labia join in front. The activity of the ovaries and uterus goes through a monthly cycle of changes (see menstruation) throughout the reproductive years except during pregnancy and nursing. In males, the testes lie in a sac of skin (the scrotum). A long duct (the vas deferens) leads from each testis and carries sperm to the ejaculatory ducts in the prostate gland; these join the urethra, which continues through the penis. In the urethra, sperm mixes with secretions from the seminal vesicles, prostate gland, and Cowper gland to form semen. In early embryos, the reproductive systems are undetermined. By birth the organs appropriate to each sex have typically developed but are not functioning. They continue to grow, and at puberty their activity increases and maturation occurs, enabling sexual reproduction
male internal reproductive organ
the reproductive organs of a man
male reproductive gland
the reproductive organs of a man
male reproductive system
the reproductive system of males
by reproduction; in a procreative manner, in the manner of producing offspring



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