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re·pro·duc·tive

 (rē′prə-dŭk′tĭv)
adj.
Of, relating to, or capable of reproduction: reproductive organs.
n.
Zoology A reproductive organism, especially a sexually mature social insect.

re′pro·duc′tive·ly adv.
re′pro·duc′tive·ness n.
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reproductive

(ˌriːprəˈdʌktɪv)
adj
(Biology) of, relating to, characteristic of, or taking part in reproduction
ˌreproˈductively adv
ˌreproˈductiveness n
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re•pro•duc•tive

(ˌri prəˈdʌk tɪv)

adj.
1. serving to reproduce.
2. concerned with or pertaining to reproduction: reproductive organs; the reproductive process.
[1745–55]
re`pro•duc′tive•ly, adv.
re`pro•duc′tive•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.reproductive - producing new life or offspring; "the reproductive potential of a species is its relative capacity to reproduce itself under optimal conditions"; "the reproductive or generative organs"
fruitful - productive or conducive to producing in abundance; "be fruitful and multiply"
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reproductive

adjective procreative, sexual, seminal, life-giving, germinal, spermatic reproductive organs
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reproductive

adjective
1. Of or relating to reproduction:
2. Employed in reproduction:
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Translations
تناسُلي، تَوالُدي
rozmnožovací
forplantnings-
reproduktívszaporító
æxlunar-
üremeye ait

reproductive

[ˌriːprəˈdʌktɪv] ADJreproductor
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reproductive

[ˌriːprəˈdʌktɪv] adjreproducteur/trice
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reproductive

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reproductive

[ˌriːprəˈdʌktɪv] adjriproduttore/trice
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reproduce

(riːprəˈdjuːs) verb
1. to make or produce a copy of; to make or produce again. Good as the film is, it fails to reproduce the atmosphere of the book; A record-player reproduces the sound which has been recorded on a record.
2. (of humans, animals and plants) to produce (young, seeds etc). How do fish reproduce?
ˌreproˈduction (-ˈdak-) noun
1. the act or process of reproducing. He is studying reproduction in rabbits.
2. a copy (of a work of art etc). These paintings are all reproductions.
ˌreproˈductive (-ˈdaktiv) adjective
of or for reproduction. the reproductive organs of a rabbit.
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re·pro·duc·tive

a. reproductivo-a, rel. a la reproducción.
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reproductive

adj reproductor, reproductivo
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References in periodicals archive ?
Each group included approximately 400 to 520 women, who provided information on their height, weight, reproductive history, pattern of menstruation and menstrual pain, and contraceptive use.
Overall, women who consumed more than 2.5 cups of coffee daily were significantly less likely to develop endometrial cancer, compared with women who drank no coffee (odds ratio, 0.65), after investigators controlled for variables including smoking, diabetes, hypertension, estrogen use, reproductive history, body mass index, body fat distribution, alcohol use, and caloric intake.
Pack and her associates asked 180 female patients with epilepsy aged 18-44 years to complete a questionnaire between July 2005 and February 2006 about their reproductive history, sexual behavior, current risk of pregnancy, and contraceptive use.
Along with fish consumption, the researchers are also looking at how factors such as physical activity, family history, alcohol consumption, hormone use, and reproductive history impact a woman's chances of developing breast cancer.
All of the women underwent mammography at the start of the study and completed questionnaires that addressed social and demographic factors, menstrual and reproductive history, and use of hormones.
Stillman entered the annals of reproductive history with the announcement that they had "cloned" a human embryo.
Both groups had an average age of 32 years, a mean of two fibroids per patient, as well as "a negative reproductive history," according to Dr.
They also completed a questionnaire regarding personal demographics; parity; and reproductive history, including a question about their self-reported history of an inability to conceive within 1 year of trying.
For all of the women, they recorded a range of background characteristics, including information on their reproductive history, and details about the abortion.
Through detailed questionnaires, the researchers collected data on HRT use and other variables such as diet, health and reproductive history, and alcohol and tobacco use.
Interviewers then asked participants a series of questions about their reproductive history.
Several reproductive history factors were strongly associated with stillbirth, including previous stillbirth and nulliparity (a woman who has never borne a child) with and without a history of prior spontaneous losses at less than 20 weeks' gestation and plural (multiple, i.e., twins) birth in the current pregnancy.

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