reproductive organ


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n reproductive organ any organ involved in sexual reproduction
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In literature:

"Plain Facts for Old and Young" by John Harvey Kellogg
Describe the male and female reproductive organs of the common frog, and give some account of their development.
"Text Book of Biology, Part 1: Vertebrata" by H. G. Wells
It is for this reason that the sex organs are also called the Reproductive Organs.
"Woman" by William J. Robinson
Reproductive organs not subject to disease in Zoological Garden.
"The Foundations of the Origin of Species" by Charles Darwin
Pure species have of course their organs of reproduction in a perfect condition, yet when intercrossed they produce either few or no offspring.
"On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection" by Charles Darwin
On the Reproductive Organs.
"History of Circumcision from the Earliest Times to the Present" by Peter Charles Remondino
It is characterized by an inflammatory condition of the female reproductive organs.
"Special Report on Diseases of the Horse" by United States Department of Agriculture
Its organs of reproduction are completely developed, so that it is capable of fulfilling the office of a mother.
"Langstroth on the Hive and the Honey-Bee" by L. L. Langstroth
The one set of reproductive organs is a complement of the other, and essential to the other.
"The Eugenic Marriage, Vol 2 (of 4)" by W. Grant Hague
For what is reproduction, but the building up of a new organism with a detached fragment of the old?
"Creative Evolution" by Henri Bergson

In news:

The origin of such feelings probably lies in their benefit to inclusive fitness—the sum of an organism's reproductive output and that of relatives with shared genes.
New Fish Species with Reproductive Organs On Its Head Discovered.
Defense attorney Walter Wilson said that the application asked questions "in plain English" that required Latham to disclose the ER visit and list her uterine prolapse under "disorder of the reproductive organs".
Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes of this female reproductive organ infection.
Maybe women could protect their reproductive organs from unwanted medical intrusions with vagina mangers .
This is what the progressive left's idea of women's empowerment looks like: For the past two weeks, radical feminists from the group Code Pink have paraded across the fruited plain in giant female reproductive organ costumes.
Once again, women reduced to their reproductive organs .
The genome sequence is the "blueprint" of living organisms containing the genetic information needed in maintenance and reproduction.
The ad is sponsored by the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League, a nonprofit organization in Washington.
High-resolution reproductions of selected children's artwork are mounted on Gatorfoam graphic display board by 3A Composites USA and displayed in the offices of large corporations and community organizations across the country.
Malformations of the eye, heart defects , and defects of reproductive organs and the urinary system were all more common among babies conceived through high-tech treatments.
In what is hands-down the best news I've heard since that one Missouri Republican Senate nominee referred to women's reproductive organs as "that whole thing," it appears that Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom is finally coming to Beaumont.
Sexual and Reproductive Organs Photos.
Complete Healing on my Reproductive Organs .
Once again, women reduced to their reproductive organs.

In science:

Error propagation in reproduction of diploid organisms: A case study on single peaked landscapes. J. theo.
Nonlinear deterministic equations in biological evolution
For instance, the jumps may account for selective sweeps, or for extreme reproduction events (occurring on smaller time scales and in a random manner so that an effectively neutral evolution results), such as those observed in certain marine organisms, e.g.
Renormalisation of hierarchically interacting Cannings processes
Many ecologists define a parasite as an organism that lives in or on a host, from which it derives food and other biological necessities, and that reduces the fitness of the host by causing morbidity or death, or by decreasing its reproductive success (see, e.g., [167]).
Biological Evolution and Statistical Physics
That is, upon reproduction of an organism, two copies of a gene are erroneously made where only one existed before.
The structure and function of complex networks
More precisely, the organisms are incapable of living through successive reproduction cycles; an individual organism produces a litter of F offspring and immediately thereafter it dies.
Evolutionary ecology in-silico: Does mathematical modelling help in understanding the "generic" trends?