Definition of Reproductives

1. Noun. (plural of reproductive) ¹



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Definition of Reproductives

1. reproductive [n] - See also: reproductive

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reproductives

reproductive cycle
reproductive division
reproductive endocrinologist
reproductive health
reproductive medicine
reproductive memory
reproductive nucleus
reproductive ratio
reproductive structure
reproductive surgeon
reproductive system
reproductively
reproductiveness
reproductives (current term)
reproductivity
reproductory
reproed
reprofessionalize
reprofessionalized
reprofessionalizes
reprofessionalizing
reprofile
reprofiled
reprofiles
reprofiling
reprogenetics
reprogram
reprogramed

Literary usage of Reproductives

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1. Tableau Oeconomiqueby François Quesnay by François Quesnay (1894)
"... reproductives» & vient le perdre dans cette claife-ci, ... reproductives , où i! ruine le Cultivateur , le F ..."

2. How to Recognize and Eliminate Silverfish, Beetles, Cockroaches, Moths by Thomas A. Parker (1991)
"They in turn regurgitate digested material to feed nymphal workers, soldiers, kings and queens, secondary reproductives, and the winged forms (alates). ..."

3. The Esoteric: A Magazine of Advanced and Practical Esoteric Thought edited by Hiram Erastus Butler (1895)
"... of the reproductives. The inverted order of life in both man and woman is a deadly cold, and as long as woman's loves and sympathies are open to man who ..."

4. Beiträge zur Biologie der Pflanzen by Ferdinand Cohn (1870)
"... gebildete Sporen, ebenso ist bei einem Theile von ihnen vegetatives und reproductives Organ in einer Zelle vereinigt, bei einem anderen Theile getrennt. ..."

5. Post-mortem Pathology: A Manual of Post-mortem Examinations and the by Henry Ware Cattell (1903)
"... is opened and its contents are examined while it is in its natural situation. After their removal these organs are again inspected, the reproductives ..."

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