A piece which is a copy of an early design.
Something made from copying the original.
A print produced photographically from a painting using photomechanical separations as from a scanner, computer, or copy camera.
A copy or replication of an original work of art, often mechanically produced.
the process by which plants and animals give rise to offspring.
The creation of new organisms by either vegetative reproduction (plants giving rise to new plants by splitting, shoots, runners, cuttings etc), asexual reproduction (budding in bacteria and sponges for example) or sexual reproduction. The first two methods result in organisms genetically similar (if not identical) to their parent; sexual reproduction involves shuffling genes around and fusing a male and female gamete to maximise genetic variation in the offspring. reproduction is essentially the creation of new individuals of the same species, and includes behaviours, physical structures, instincts, hormones - it is one of the main driving forces of life and living organisms.
The manufacture of offspring as part of an organism's life cycle. This is not the same as dispersal. Reproduction may be sexual, involving the fusion of gametes, or asexual.
The process of generating offspring by one or more parents
An honest re-creation of an earlier object, as opposed to a dishonest forgery.
a manifestation that replicates an item or a group of items or another manifestation (e
a faithful replication of antique furniture in form, workmanship, and ornamentation. Not a purposeful forgery in that pieces are marked as a reproduction with no intent to defraud.
A piece made to appear as an older form with no intention to deceive the buyer as to age.
the production of eggs and sperm and the processes leading to fertilization.
Reproduction is the process by which a new organism is produced. The first stage in the production of any organism is the fertilisation of an ova by spermatozoa (or spores on the case of plants). Fertilisation produces a single cell called a zygote which contains all the information required to build the adult organism. The progression (growth) from zygote to adult is achieved through cell division.
To have babies or lay eggs
Having both male and female sex organs, the pearl oyster is a hermaphrodite. Depending on its age and surrounding water conditions, the oyster's sex may change. They release sperm and ovules in the water. Eggs are transformed into larvae, then into seed-oysters (or spats). Spat collecting is located either in areas where many wild adult oysters live, or in a pearl farm. A spat collector is made from bush branches or synthetic materials, on which seed-oysters will fix. Within 2 or 3 years, oysters will be old enough to be grafted. The reproductive organs are functional for only a short period each year during the five months from October to February.
The act or process of reproducing; the state of being reproduced
The process of converting electrical signals to sound waves. This sound is speech, music, and so on.
The process of conceiving and bearing children.
process by which living things make others of the same kind
() Young trees that will grow to become the older trees of the future forest. () The process of forest replacement or renewal, which may be artificial (by direct seedling or planting) or natural (from sprouting or natural seeding).
Young trees which will grow to become the older trees of the future forest. This may be done artificially by planting seedlings or naturally by sprouting.
the process by which a plant or animal produces one or more individuals similar to itself. For example, many plants reproduce by making seeds.