Definition of Asexually. Meaning of Asexually. Synonyms of Asexually

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Definition of Asexually

Asexually
Asexually A*sex"u*al*ly, adv. In an asexual manner; without sexual agency.

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- Medicalization; and Reading A****ually: A****ual Literary Theory. Each part contains two to three papers on a given aspect of a****uality research. One such paper...
- A****ual or A****uals may refer to: A****ual reproduction A****ual reproduction in starfish A****uality, the lack of ****ual attraction to anyone or lack of...
- bacteria. Many multicellular animals, plants and fungi can also reproduce a****ually. While all prokaryotes reproduce without the formation and fusion of gametes...
- Gray a****uality or gray-****uality is the spectrum between a****uality and ****uality. Individuals who identify with gray a****uality are referred to as being...
- have the ability to reproduce a****ually and the ant species Mycocepurus smithii is thought to reproduce entirely by a****ual means. Some species that are...
- Ophidiaster granifer, reproduces a****ually by parthenogenesis. In certain other asterozoans, the adults reproduce a****ually for a while before they mature...
- part of the a****ual spectrum. Negative feelings or characterisations toward a****uality include dehumanisation, the belief that a****uality is a mental...
- Retrieved April 24, 2020. Pinto, Stacy Anne (2014). "A****Ually: On being an ally to the a****ual community". Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling. 8 (4):...
- vegetative propagation, vegetative multiplication or cloning) is any form of a****ual reproduction occurring in plants in which a new plant grows from a fragment...
- fixated or even disappear in a****ually reproducing po****tions. As the name suggests, clonal interference occurs in an a****ual lineage ("clone") with a beneficial...
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