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The series of changes in the life of an organism including reproduction.
- ‘Flowering transition is a major event in the plant life cycle that has to be precisely timed for reproductive success.’
- ‘Corpses, after all, are just organic matter, part of a natural life cycle.’
- ‘Several methodologies for detecting the underground stages of the parasite life cycle have been reported.’
- ‘The birth of two children, also part of the life cycle, did not provide him with more positive material either.’
- ‘It was the lot of women to hold status mediated by family relationships that were subject to change over the course of the female life cycle.’
- ‘Entry into the transport medium may or may not be a regular part of the life cycle of an organism.’
- ‘You can change the look at any time and know that the long hair has a limited life cycle.’
- ‘For more perspective we could set other versions of the life cycle in different cultures next to our own.’
- ‘The first was a commission to photograph the life cycle of plankton.’
- ‘Like other animals, they pass through a life cycle from birth to maturity to death.’
- ‘A majority of plants possess stages in their life cycle at which specific tissues can survive severe tissue water loss.’
- ‘The previous chapter discussed the concept of a product life cycle and noted that most products eventually go into decline.’
- ‘The phytohormone ethylene plays roles in physiological processes throughout the life cycle of the plant.’
- ‘As a result, it can offer environmental benefits throughout the product life cycle.’
- ‘Leaf senescence is a key step in the life cycle of an annual plant.’
- ‘The gene is needed for the parasite to progress to the next stage of its life cycle and eventually to cause the disease.’
- ‘This runs from a given stage in the life cycle through all the steps needed to reproduce that stage in the next generation.’
- ‘The malaria parasite has a complex life cycle and spends part of it in red blood cells.’
- ‘The life cycle of leukaemia cells is well understood, making it relatively easy to spot changes in behaviour.’
- ‘Natural selection must sum up the selective forces on all tissues at all stages of the life cycle and on the gametes themselves.’
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