reproductivity


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reproductivity

(ˌriːprɒdʌkˈtɪvɪtɪ)
n
a variant of reproductiveness
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Long-term alliances between neighboring villages not only secured future reproductivity but also protected the present generation's security through affinal bonds that sometimes reduced the outbreak of warfare.
On the other hand, knocking out KPNA7 results in reduced reproductivity and fetal lethality in females.
The surrogate relationship between Paca and Rozafel is further reinforced as Paca's biological reproductivity echoes Rozafel's cultural productivity: Paca has engendered children, and Rozafel has given birth to his novel, not incidentally another form of non-silence.
Her husband for five years was having issues with reproductivity, but because he was a choir master in church, it was difficult to walk away from what she described as a sham of a marriage.
In order to control their lives, it is indicated, women need to be able to control their reproductivity (34).
(144) Stu Marvel, "Polymorphous Reproductivity and the Critique of Futurity: Toward a Queer Legal Analytic for Fertility Law" (2013) 4:2 Jindal Global L Rev 294 at 306, quoting Judith Halbersram, "The Anri-Social Turn in Queer Studies" (2008) 5:2 Graduare J Soc Sci 140 at 141.
These lines, of course, are reproductive, with references to "offspring" and "precedents"; however, they invite an understanding of reproductivity that is not limited to (though it may include) heterosexuality or traditional marriage.
The distinct advantages of this method are related to its high quality films and its facility for any kind of complex subtracts with a good reproductivity.
Section 6 shows the preliminary experiment for testing the performance and the reproductivity of our proposed approach using test data.
To ensure reproductivity, all patients diagnosed with inflamed pinguecula were reexamined, and tests of the tear function were performed on the following day in the morning in the ophthalmologists' dimly lit examination room.
As an imaginary child, Pete is less a replacement for reproductivity than he is a beloved and loving community member, an "outsider" and "honorary queer," as Gabriel calls him (129), a useful spur to political activism.