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If we could, this year, exactly reproduce, in your case, the conditions as they existed last year, it is physiologically certain that we should arrive at exactly the same result.
The next step is to reproduce, as nearly as we can, the domestic circumstances which surrounded you last year."
But he persevered for months, at such times as he was able to come to the cabin, until at last by repeated experimenting he found a position in which to hold the pencil that best permitted him to guide and control it, so that at last he could roughly reproduce any of the little bugs.
Don't fishes reproduce if you get them?]," Panelo said during a Palace press briefing Tuesday.
Researchers identified the mating-type genes that most closely matched those found in apple scab, pecan scab's close cousin, which is known to reproduce sexually.
The best sound reproducing records of the human voice can reproduce melody, tempo, approximate pronunciation, dynamics, phrasing--in short, style.
Slough crayfish reproduce by mating between a male and a female.
Researchers from University of Washington (UW) found that "urban sprawl is kicking them out of their territory, forcing divorce and stunting their ability to find new mates and reproduce successfully, even after relocating."
In ' Inspired to Inspire', he reproduces nature in the form of mountains in India and Switzerland, and reproduces man- made structures like the Lotus Temple in Delhi and the Temple of Debod in Madrid in still images.
Not all pollinators enticed the plants to reproduce. The most successful were two hummingbird species with long, curved bills.
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