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- The biological study of how the origin of life produced reproducing organisms from non-reproducing elements is called abiogenesis. Whether or not there were...
- Reproducibility is the closeness of the agreement between the results of measurements of the same measurand carried out with same methodology described...
- archaea and bacteria. Many plants and fungi sometimes reproduce a****ually. While all prokaryotes reproduce without the formation and fusion of gametes, mechanisms...
- Not to Be Reproduced (La reproduction interdite, 1937) is a painting by the Belgian surrealist René Magritte. It is currently owned by the Museum Boijmans...
- The Reproducibility Project: Psychology was a collaboration of 270 contributing authors to repeat 100 published experimental and correlational psychological...
- determined by the kernel. Such a reproducing kernel exists if and only if every evaluation functional is continuous. The reproducing kernel was first introduced...
- recent years suggest a basic advantage for ****ual reproduction in slowly reproducing complex organisms. ****ual reproduction allows these species to exhibit...
- m****-produced, commercially available reproducing piano that was capable of digitally capturing and reproducing a piano performance using floppy disk...
- species of snake that reproduce solely through parthenogenesis (obligate parthenogenesis). It is unknown how many ****ually reproducing species are also capable...
- animals, offspring may develop as outgrowths of the mother. Animals that reproduce by budding include corals, some sponges, some acoel flatworms (e.g., Convolutriloba)...
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