Definitions for "Replication"
A repetition; a copy.
The copying, by enzymes, of a cell's genome, i.e. the DNA or RNA comprising its genetic material, so as to form an identical genome. This is an essential step in the division of one cell into two. This differs from transcription, which is the copying of only part of the genetic information of a cell's genome into RNA, as in the processes of biosynthesis of messenger RNA or ribosomal RNA.
The manufacture of optical discs by stamping
An answer; a reply.
The reply of the plaintiff, in matters of fact, to the defendant's plea.
Plaintiff's reply to defendant's plea, answer or counterclaim.
the repetition of a research study, usually with some alterations in its subjects, methods, or setting, to determine whether the principles derived from that study hold up under similar circumstances. (35)
is closely linked with reliability, involving the repetition of a study to see if the same results are obtained on both occasions. (The term has a narrower meaning within the context of the elaboration paradigm.)
the repetition of an experiment in order to test the validity of its conclusion; "scientists will not believe an experimental result until they have seen at least one replication"
a complex cellular function that is necessary in order to sustain life and achieve growth
an absolute prerequisite for the measurement of UDS by liquid scintillation counting
a prerequisite for an understanding of regulated cellular metabolism in health and disease
Repeating an experiment and getting the same results. The skeptical scientist, on hearing a new, exciting, finding will ask, "has it been replicated yet?" If it hasn't, the scientist will withhold judgement regarding the finding's validity.
Studies that are properly designed and conducted can be repeated and produce the same findings. go to glossary index
The practice of repeating a scientific experiment to assure its accuracy; a good scientific report lists everything needed to perform replication.
Performing the same treatment combination more than once. Note: Including replication allows an estimate of the random error independent of any lack of fit error.
Independent replication is an axiom in all areas of medicine, but it is particularly important ... (IOCeleraArticles) Replicação... observando que as células perdem a extremidade dos cromossomos a cada ciclo de replicação. (POUniverRS)
Replication (of objects) - Object instances of one type that concurrently run on a single Node in a network to provide redundancy for failure tolerance reasons are Called replica objects. The process of introducing replicas is Called Replication. source: ODP - PIR2.3 domain: Development Environment usage: EU-P103
Replication refers to the use of redundant resources, such as software or hardware components, to improve reliability, fault-tolerance, or performance. Replication typically involves replication in space, in which the same data is stored on multiple storage devices or the same computing task is executed on multiple devices, or replication in time, in which a computing task is executed repeatedly on a single device.
Keywords:  plenty, virus, viruses, well, activates
Replication is a well-known behavior of a virus. It allows plenty of time to replicate before it activates.
Viruses replicate by nature. A well-designed virus will replicate for a long time before it activates, which allows it plenty of time to spread. (see Activation)
The process of synchronizing data distributed across Directory Servers and rectifying update conflict
Deployment of a body of content from one server machine to another. Replication typically involves specific rules about what gets deployed where, and often represents a complete synchronization of two independent bodies of content.
See directory replication, public folder replication.
The process of taking changes that are stored in the database log or journal at the source server and applying them to the target server.
Replication is the sharing of data among physically distinct databases. When an application modifies shared data at any one database, the changes are propagated to the other databases in the replication setup. Changes can be propagated by various means and through a variety of channels, preserving data integrity yet allowing flexible replication setups.
The sharing of data among physically distinct databases. Sybase has three replication technologies: MobiLink, SQL Remote, and Replication Server.
a quick reply to a question or remark (especially a witty or critical one); "it brought a sharp rejoinder from the teacher"
Is the approach that assumes derivative instruments can replicate the underlying security, basket of securities, currency, commodity or index. For example, see Synthetic Long and Synthetic Short. It is mostly true but important exceptions occur. For example, there can be differences in final returns due to tax considerations, possible extra transaction costs, and derivative securities do not include the shareholder vote. At times, such as proxy fights or other important issues, the replicated long position would have to be exercised into the actual security in order to be a timely shareholder of record. Expressed differently, increases in synthetic long positions do not increase the total number of votes or the total monetary amount of actual cash dividends.
to replicate the payout of an option by buying or selling other instruments. In the case of dynamic replication, this involves dynamically buying or selling the underlying (or futures, where transaction costs are cheaper) in proportion to an optionâ€(tm)s delta. In the case of static replication, the option is hedged with a basket of standard options whose composition does not change with time.
Keywords:  topoisomerase, type
a type II topoisomerase
a fascinating topic, and one that I know students are intrigued by
Keywords:  repercussion, echo, sound, return
Return or repercussion, as of sound; echo.
a first step in the formation of a new cell of any type
a precisely regulated event that occurs only once and at a precise moment during the cell cycle
a required step before cells divide
Mirroring data between two arrays (usually located in separate data centers) to achieve the highest availability in case one of the data centers fails. Replication is typically facilitated via host/IP-based methods. Enterprise arrays such as EVA or XP arrays often use SAN-based replication directly between two arrays.
Keywords:  phenomenon
a phenomenon
a required element for ensuring plasmid maintenance
Keywords:  repository
an ideal target for anti-infective drug discovery
the persistence of a sound after its source has stopped
The production run of CD-ROM discs at the manufacturer's facilities.
Observations made under identical test conditions.
Keywords:  index, fund, see
See Index Fund.