spawning

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Englisch - Türkisch
üreyen
yumurtlayan
yumurtlama
çoğalan
yumurta döken
{i} yumurta dökme
yumurtla
spawning season
yumurtlama mevsimi
spawning time
yumurtlama zamanı
spawning induction method
(Denizbilim) yumurta sağım metodu
spawn
{f} meydana getirmek
spawn
yumurta
spawn
zürriyet
spawn
doğurmak
spawn
yumurta (balık)
spawn
yumurtlamak (balık vb)
spawn
yumurtlamak (balık)
spawn
yaratmak
spawn
üretmek
spawn
{f} yumurta dök
spawn
balık yumurtası
spawn
(balık/kurbağa/vb.) yumurtlamak
spawn
çok sayıda öndürmek
batch spawning
(Denizbilim) aralıklı yumurtalama
epidemic spawning
(Denizbilim) salgın yumurtlama
induced spawning
(Denizbilim) tetiklenmiş
intermittent spawning
(Denizbilim) aralıklı yumurtalama
late spawning
(Denizbilim) geç yumurtlama
pond spawning
(Denizbilim) havuzda yumurtlama
serial spawning
(Denizbilim) dizisel yumurtlama
spawn
hayvan yavrusu
spawn
{f} ortaya çıkmak
spawn
mantar tohumu
spawn
Oluşturmak
spawn
sonuç
spawn
{i} döl
spawn
(fiil) yumurtlamak (balık vb.), ortaya çıkmak, yavrulamak, durmadan doğurmak, meydana getirmek
spawn
ufak balık
spawn
{f} (balık) yumurtlamak
spawn
{i} yumurta (balık vs.)
spawn
istiridye yumurtası
spawn
doğur/yumurtla
spawn
iç balık yumurtası
spawn
{f} yumurtlamak (balık vb.)
spawn
durmadan doğurmak
spawn
(isim) yumurta (balık vs.), döl
spawn
yumurtlamak
spawn
yavrulamak
spawn
hasılat
spawn
yumurta dökmek meydana getirmek
spawn
çıkarmak
wild spawning
(Denizbilim) yabanıl yumurtalama
Englisch - Englisch
in fish, the act of laying and fertilizing eggs
Sexual reproduction in fish
The act of laying eggs
The reproductive act of fish In most fish external fertilization occurs, where the female deposits the eggs and the male simultaneously ejects milt that contains sperm which fertilizes the eggs
present participle of spawn
in corals, the release of gametes into the water
Term used to denote the process where fish, and other water dwelling organisms, deposit and fertilize eggs during reproduction
to deposit eggs, especially fish in water
{i} depositing or producing eggs in large numbers by aquatic animals
the act of producing or depositing eggs; usually refers to fish and amphibians
spawn
To bring forth in general
spawn
To deposit (numerous) eggs in water
spawn
Mushroom mycelium prepared for (aided) propagation
spawn
To produce and/or deposit (eggs) in water
spawn
To appear spontaneously in a game at a certain point and time
spawn
To plant with fungal spawn
spawn
To reproduce, especially in large numbers
spawn
To generate, bring into being, especially non-mammalian beings in very large numbers
spawn
The numerous eggs of an aquatic organism
spawn
Any germ or seed, even a figurative source; offspring
spawn
To induce (aquatic organisms) to spawn
spawn
{v} to shed spawn, breed, produce, issue
spawn
call forth
spawn
the act of fish releasing and fertilizing eggs
spawn
Dispatch a TVM's task from a test in a non-blocked way
spawn
to produce or deposit eggs; the eggs of aquatic animals; offspring in great numbers or masses; to give forth young in large numbers
spawn
The buds or branches produced from underground stems
spawn
The ova, or eggs, of fishes, oysters, and other aquatic animals
spawn
To produce or deposit (eggs), as fishes or frogs do
spawn
The jelly-like mass of eggs laid by amphibians or fish or the act of laying such eggs
spawn
To bring forth; to generate; used in contempt
spawn
The white fibrous matter forming the matrix from which fungi
spawn
The act of releasing eggs and sperm into the water The bluefish spawns offshore along the U S coast There, the larval fish which hatch, grow into juveniles and then enter estuaries such as the Chesapeake Bay to age and mature
spawn
Spawn is a soft, jelly-like substance containing the eggs of fish, or of animals such as frogs. her passion for collecting frog spawn
spawn
If something spawns something else, it causes it to happen or to be created. Tyndall's inspired work spawned a whole new branch of science. the eggs of a fish or frog laid together in a soft mass
spawn
Any product or offspring; used contemptuously
spawn
v - To deposit eggs
spawn
{i} mass of eggs deposited by an aquatic animal (i.e. fish, frog, etc.); vast quantity of offspring (derogatory); product, outcome
spawn
To produce or deposit eggs
spawn
To deposit eggs in water, as fish
spawn
offspring
spawn
To produce (eggs) in great number
spawn
To bring forth non-mammalian beings
spawn
To create a child process by means of a fork() and an exec()
spawn
To breed; especially, to breed by releasing eggs and sperm into the water
spawn
the mass of eggs deposited by fish or amphibians or molluscs lay spawn; "The salmon swims upstream to spawn
spawn
the eggs of certain aquatic organisms or the act of producing such eggs or egg masses
spawn
Mycelium produced artificially for the purpose of cultivating mushrooms
spawn
When fish or animals such as frogs spawn, they lay their eggs. fish species like salmon and trout which go upstream, spawn and then die
spawn
the release of eggs by the female fish and their fertilization by the males
spawn
1 The mating process of fish 2 An accumulation of fish eggs
spawn
the mass of eggs deposited by fish or amphibians or molluscs
spawn
To bring into being, especially in very large numbers
spawn
1 to produce or deposit (eggs) -- used of an aquatic animal 2 to induce (fish) to spawn (Source: MERRIAM-WEBSTER'S COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY http: //www m-w com/)
spawn
{f} reproduce, produce eggs in large numbers (about aquatic animals); bring forth, give rise to, generate
spawn
The fertilized eggs of aquatic organisms
spawn
To issue, as offspring; used contemptuously
spawn
To produce or deposit eggs Salmon return to their place of birth to spawn, after having spent four or five years on British Columbia's coast Many salmon die returning to their place of birth
spawn
To deposit eggs, as fish or frogs do
spawn
lay spawn; "The salmon swims upstream to spawn"
spawning

    Türkische aussprache

    spônîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈspônəɴɢ/ /ˈspɔːnɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'spon, 'spän ] (verb.) 15th century. Middle English, from Anglo-French espaundre, from Old French espandre to spread out, expand, from Latin expandere.

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