American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of, relating to, or capable of reproduction: reproductive organs.
- n. Zoology A reproductive organism, especially a sexually mature social insect.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of the nature of, pertaining to, or employed in reproduction; tending to reproduce: as, the reproductive organs of an animal.
- See function.
- In zool., those organsor parts of the body, collectively considered, whose function it is to produce and mature ova or spermatozoa or their equivalents, and effect the impregnation of the female by the male elements, or otherwise accomplish reproduction; the reproductive or generative system of any animal in either sex; the genitals, in a broad sense. The fundamental reproductive organ of all sexed animals is an indifferent genital gland, differentiated in the male as a testis, in the female as an ovary (or their respective equivalents); its ulterior modifications are almost endless. These organs are sometimes detached from the main body of the individual (see person, 8, and hectocotylus); they often represent both sexes in one individual; they are usually separated in two individuals of opposite sexes; they sometimes fail of functional activity in certain individuals of one sex (see neuter, worker).
- adj. of or relating to reproduction
- adj. that reproduces
- n. biology A reproductive organism (especially such an insect)
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Tending, or pertaining, to reproduction; employed in reproduction.
- adj. producing new life or offspring
“The term reproductive justice was coined by a group of black women in 1994, Ross said.”
“Should men have what he calls reproductive rights and if they choose to bear zero financial responsibility in raising a child?”
“Today Ross, 56, is still working for what she calls reproductive justice.”
“We also got the International Alliance between the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Australia Agency for International Development (AusAID), UK Department for International Development (DFID) and Gates to support progress in reproductive, maternal and newborn health.”
“Robert G. Edwards, a British physiologist and pioneer in reproductive medicine, poses in this undated handout photograph released to the media on Monday, Oct. 4, 2010.”
“It is especially important to accurately assess obesity in reproductive-age women, as they are more likely to be obese than similarly aged men," study author Dr. Mahbubur Rahman, an assistant professor at the University of Texas Medical Branch's Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, said in a news release from the school.”
“We've been around for an order of magnitude less time than dogs in reproductive terms, and that understates the gap by a lot because of litter size, deliberate reinforcement, incest taboos, and so on.”
“My reply: So, are you publicly announcing on this website – which is QUITE to the Left and proudly liberal – that you do not believe in reproductive rights for women?”
“Women have benefited greatly from the protection of the right to privacy in reproductive rights.”
“Yes, that is what Berlinski is saying that Kingsolver found, but what Kingsolver actually found was that there was a 16% increase in reproductive fitness, meaning that those with the modified trait leave 16% more offspring on average.”
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