Translation of reproduce in Spanish:

reproduce

reproducir, v.

Pronunciation /ˌriprəˈd(j)us//riːprəˈdjuːs/

transitive verb

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    reproducir

intransitive verb

Biology

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    reproducirse
    • Most people would just love to reproduce themselves and then, of course, be immensely disappointed if they do it, because it won't be them.
    • Modified plants have already reproduced and their new genetic pattern is set.
    • Remember, without a ‘host,’ a virus cannot reproduce and spread.
    • Coronaviruses use efficient and economical mechanisms to reproduce themselves in animal cells.
    • These organisms can reproduce, cross-pollinate, mutate, and migrate.
    • The cod has a rather unexciting sex life; whether a male cod reproduces or not depends on whether there is a female cod close by.
    • Because garlic does not reproduce by seeds, varieties are kept as clones - that is, individuals with exactly the same genes (like identical twins).
    • Wouldn't it be great, if at the age of 21, you either found out you couldn't have kids, or as the result of Chemo, you were unable to reproduce, that you could clone a new uterus.
    • This aphid - including the new biotype - reproduces asexually, year-round.
    • The argument goes that ageing is due to many, many, many mutations which, like Huntington's, affect us only late in life, mostly after we've reproduced.
    • And yet, people keep reproducing, seeing it as their inalienable right to have more and more babies, despite the damage it would do to their environment.
    • The goal is to find an organism that feeds and reproduces entirely or primarily on the target weed, significantly damaging it and reducing its ability to compete with other vegetation.
    • When a pond is overpopulated with stunted forage fish and neither bass nor forage fish are reproducing, removal of part of the fish population will seldom solve the problem.
    • Plants can reproduce themselves without the help of human intervention.
    • This virus is not spread to the offspring as beetles reproduce.
    • They also reproduce themselves, and the new cells also crank out interferon in massive amounts.
    • As the tree grows, or reproduces, so the individual's genetic print is transferred.
    • They reproduce like rabbits and gnaw almost permanently because their teeth grow all the time.
    • The resistant hydrilla is a dioecious, female form that reproduces asexually.
    • Most insects can reproduce in livestock manures.

reflexive verb

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    reproducirse