The virus inserts itself into a skin cell's DNA (chemical carrying hereditary information) and uses the cell to replicate (reproduce
Crichton has moved from the ghastly gigantic predators of Jurassic Park to even more frightening predators--sub-micro nanobeasties who reproduce
, menace, and evolve with stunning rapidity Wilson capably narrates the harrowing scientific tale in a careful, sane, reasonable tone that leaves the listener in excruciating suspense.
As mistletoe grows and reproduces
, the shoots, flowers, and berries provide food for a variety of creatures.
Expert readers can easily reproduce
the 16 letters, not because the letters are individually remembered, but because they are reconstructed from previous knowledge of written English.
The NIST research spray combustion facility, where the synthetic soots will be created, does not emulate real-world conditions of industrial reactors such as furnaces or gas turbines; such systems are far too complex to reproduce
in the lab.
Currently approved anti-HIV drugs all work by blocking the ability of HIV to reproduce
, but IBTs work in vastly different ways.
Cohen, in "Cloning Hearing Moves Congress toward a Ban," (HCR, May-June 2001) states that "the Supreme Court has never recognized an affirmative right to reproduce
by anyone by any means ..." This is not correct.
We thanks Alicia Produce for permission to reproduces
images from Julio Medem's Lovers of the Arctic Circle; Las Producciones del Escorpion for permission to reproduce
images from Alejandro Amenabar's Tesis; Alta Films for permission to reproduce
images from Iciar Bollain's Flowers From Another World; Lola Films for permission to reproduce
images from Alex de Ia Iglesia's Dying of Laughter; El Deseo S.A.
For almost a year, the young choreographer Sergei Vikharev studied these materials closely in order to reproduce
the dance sequences and the pantomime, the arcane language of gestures and facial expressions.
(See "Electronic Storage Requirements," page 94, for more details.) During an IRS examination, the taxpayer must be able to retrieve and reproduce
electronically stored and machine-sensible books and records (including hard copies, if requested).
Grieving parents might want to reproduce
a terminally ill child, suggested one; others want to give infertile couples the option to clone themselves.
You get the impression that these virile Englishmen do not require women to reproduce
. They just come out to Jamaica, scratch out a nest and lay eggs that hatch out into "pink" Jamaicans.
Single-cell organisms reproduce
by simply dividing into halves, each half becoming a distinct individual capable of further subdivision.
Thus, faculty authors were free to reuse their works later as book chapters, to update articles for republication, to reproduce
them for distribution to the faculty member's own classes, and to make copies available to their colleagues upon request.
When published, the photographs elicited requests companywide to reproduce
the photos for a variety of other purposes -- from newsletters to corporate brochures.