reproductivity


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reproductivity

(ˌriːprɒdʌkˈtɪvɪtɪ)
n
a variant of reproductiveness
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According to the trends of GSI values, it was assumed that their season of reproductivity was between March and May.
Reproduction at the textual level serves reproductivity as the very thrust of narrative design.
The procedure was also able to restore reproductivity and help reverse signs of menopause in two out of three women, with resumed menstruation, follicular growth, or fertility.
Some cuckoos reproduce via laying their eggs in nests of other host birds, removing the other bird eggs to increase their reproductivity [21].
In the traditional bridewealth case, he explains, 'one group offers wealth in the form of female reproductivity, whereas the other offers wealth in the form of animal stock, land or some other productive asset' (Bell 1998:192).
Rather than focusing only on biological science and biotechnology as sites for producing value, she identifies the social logics within biological and labor markets, and looks for evidence of how capitalist accumulation continues to rely on reproductivity.
She notes that Laura's entrance, as a woman, into masculine linear time exiles her from feminine, repetitive, natural time: "women's involvement with the market denies them their right to motherhood, reproductivity, and nature's cyclicality" (Campbell, p.
Yerokhin AI, Aboneev VV, Karasev EA, Erokhin SA, Aboneev DV (2010) Predicting Productivity, Reproductivity, and Resistibility in Sheep.
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.
markhor is still threatened for its genetic isolation specialized habitat requirements low reproductivity habitat fragmentation food competition and excessive hunting (Schakleton 1997).
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).