reproductivity


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reproductivity

(ˌriːprɒdʌkˈtɪvɪtɪ)
n
a variant of reproductiveness
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He visualizes her in the sexual act, "haply with some strong-thighed bargeman"; he also refers frequently to her "bastards," indicating his disgust not just with the Duchess' sexuality but with her reproductivity (2.
Estrogen, due its antidopaminergic effect, protects women against schizophrenia, however, in women whose reproductivity is over, estrogen production decreases, thus, leading to the second peak (2).
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Showalter's insistence on removing the uterus from the scene of hysteria while leaving hysteria intact raises an important question: is it more "dangerous" for feminism to embrace hysteria, as so many foundational texts of feminist theory do, and insist on its historical function as an index of oppression based on women understood with reference to reproductivity or to disarticulate hysteria from the womb and thus from femininity, as Showalter and the APA in 1980 both undertake to do?
Panasonic's specially developed image sensor and new Venus Engine image processor have enabled improvements to sensitivity, resolution, tone and color reproductivity, realizing outstanding photographic quality in pursuit of texture representation.
In "Race and Colonial (Re)productivity in Post-the first three Unification Italy," Welch unpacks the concept of productivity from the turn of the 19th century to the First World War to reveal an imbricated discourse of labor and biological reproductivity in the debate on the Southern Question, colonialism and emigration.
However, since the novel attempts to implicate a united island constructed on a new solidarity between Whites and Blacks through kinship, the problem remains that the union, because of the incest taboo, is unproductive or must move beyond the notion of reproductivity and bio-power, transforming a spirit of change to an unattainable and unproductive ideal resulting in island progress coming to a standstill.
In each scenario, she controls her reproductivity by choice, which is, as Elspeth Probyn writes, a more promising concept for feminism, since it assesses any choice against a field of possible alternatives rather than proposing that "all choices must be made to signify the same thing" (265).
As OLED panels are self-illuminating devices, they deliver superb picture quality with high contrast, high color reproductivity and a fast response rate, the statement said.
In rats, Kamel and colleagues (1971) reported several abortifacient effects after the administration of a 2:1 mixture of harmine and harmaline, and Halky (1974) related poor reproductivity after DMT administration.
We now have the medical means to regulate women's reproductivity and allow women to participate fully in social production, whether it is doing scientific research like Madame Currie or engage in education, research and community work like Mampela Rampele.