prolification


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prolification

(prəˌlɪfɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
1. (Biology) the production of offspring
2. (Botany) reproduction involving a plant growing directly from an older one
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The Arab fashion sector has grown manifold in 2012 with the prolification of shopping malls in the region as well as the rising interest of international brands to gain a foothold in the region, Abu Omar added.
Factors including fast prolification, short generation time, producing antimicrobial substances, adaptation to new substract, syntrophic and cross feeding in addition to adhension may also affect the in vivo colonization.
The recent trend in human resource management is toward performance-based compensation, and prolification of stock options as part of the compensation package [Abowd and Bognano, 1994].