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reproduce something from something

to make a copy of something from something else. I think we can reproduce the picture from the copy that you have there. We don't need the negative. Can you reproduce a good copy from this old print?
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Fungi can also reproduce by another method known as parasexuality, in which two cells fuse but their nuclei may not fuse for some time.
Moreover, the virus only reproduces in and kills motor neurons.
This enabled the virus to enter the HIV-infected cells and reproduce inside them, killing them.
These are not heavy duty compounds, but when acting on such a tiny life form as a micro- organism, they cause the bug's membrane to burst before it has a chance to reproduce.
These are not heavy duty compounds, but when acting on such a tiny life form as a micro organism, they cause the bug's membrane to burst before it has a chance to reproduce.
The new study employs a virus that reproduces in the relatively cool nasal passages but not in the warmer environment of the lungs.
It's critical that we are able to accurately reproduce colors consistently.
14 ( ANI ): Researchers have discovered a microbe that is able to stay forever young by rejuvenating every time it reproduces itself.
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3) genetically modified to only reproduce asexually
THERE ARE SO MANY SIMPLER ways to reproduce than sex.
1 : to produce another living thing of the same kind <Most plants reproduce by means of seeds.
Now, it appears that after acyclovir is altered by herpes viruses, it also interferes with the AIDS virus's ability to reproduce, report researchers from the National Institutes of Health and other institutions.
The world's largest lizard species had previously been observed to reproduce only in the usual morn-and-pop way, explains Kevin Buley of the Chester Zoo in England.
Pursuant to the master license agreement, Y makes payments to X when (1) Y or its subsidiaries reproduce the licensed computer program on computers and other equipment used by Y or its subsidiaries or (2) Y or its subsidiaries reproduce and distribute X's computer program on computers and other equipment manufactured and marketed to customers by Y or its subsidiaries.