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    Reproduction

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    For some time she had watched his movements, appearing coyly in his haunts. And now, had it paid off? Doubtless, he was in love. His muscles were taut; he swooped through the air more like an eagle than a Greylag gander. The only problem was, it was not for her that he then landed in a flurry of quacks and wingbeats, or for her that he dashed off surprise attacks on his fellows. It was, rather, for another - for her preening rival across the Bavarian lake. Poor goose. Will she mate with the gander

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    Reproduction

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    Reproduction is one of the important physiological systems that are important in the life cycle of living organisms including fish. The main objective of the reproduction is to maintain the existence of the species and therefore fish has a strategies and tactics to achieve this objective. The reproduction behaviours are important to be studied in relation to know the population dynamic of fishes and their spawning seasons. This information is very crucial in relation to the development of breeding

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    Mechanical Reproduction

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    dominate the music industry and shape the current music scene, and how could we analyze the appearance to recognize the real challenge? I would like to bring up an article written by Walter Benjamin called "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction", which I think provides valuable insights on attempts to analyze and understand the interrelation of technological and artistic development, and how it affects the value of original artworks. In the article, Walter Benjamin engages in an intriguing

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    Marsupial Reproduction

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    Marsupial Reproduction Knowledge can be obtained and conveyed in a variety of ways. One can spend hours upon hours hidden away in the corner of a library, reading the thoughts and discoveries of other researchers and writers. Or, one can allow himself to make his own discoveries through experiments and observations that he makes himself. Both methods are necessary in order to come to a complete understanding of a topic. An experimenter cannot fully appreciate the things that she observes

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    inheritance from parent to offspring (Campbell undated). In the following essay I will discuss the reproductive process and how the passing of genes leads to offspring having similarities to their parents. In addition I will look at the two methods of reproduction and how each leads to similar or different traits expressed in the offspring, as well as the evolutionary significance of genetic variation within a population. Every cell in every living organism contains DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid. DNA is

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    in females store the eggs. During human sexual reproduction the male penis ejaculates inside of the female vagina. This releases semen in the uterus. The semen has sperm in it which finds as egg or eggs in the female and fertilizes them. When an egg is fertilized by one sperm, no other sperm can enter it because its outer surface become hardened. When this happens it will then undergo mitosis and develop into a baby. Human development and reproduction are influenced by things like hormones and environment

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    Eating Disorders and Reproduction

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    Eating Disorders and Reproduction Eating disorders have numerous emotional, psychological, and physical consequences; despite this, many affected individuals refuse to admit that they have a problem. One of the more serious problems associated with eating disorders that may convince a young woman to seek treatment, is the negative effect disordered eating can have on fertility, pregnancy, and child rearing in general. In multiple studies anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and eating disorders

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    Should Children Born from Donor-Assisted Reproduction Have Access to Information about their Genetic Parents? Donor-assisted insemination is a process that enables a woman to conceive a child through the donated sperm/egg of a male or female. Donor insemination is a technique that has been used around the world for fifty eight years. This technique is often used in situations where a man or woman suffer from infertility and are unable to produce children on their own. Donor-insemination is also

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    individuals the right to utilize NRTS was immoral and in effect discriminated against them due to their “unfavorable'; situation. In contrast, the opposition against NRTS raised very negative concerns which included the commercialization of human reproduction, quality control, generating waste products, and the rights of the pre-embryo. These issues suggest that through NRTS children were being commodified and the rights of the pre-embryo were being ignored. The debate generally focused on the rights

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    Plant Reproduction

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    Plants have two different ways to reproduce. The first one is vegetative reproduction. With this type all the plants that have the same parent have the same genetic make-up. This also lets plants pass adaptations on that they have abtained over the years. Plants with good genetic make-up usually spread quickly and take over an area. An example of this would be the dandelion. These plants can sprout from any part of the plant. An example of this is the potato, farmers will pick the potatoes and cut

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