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prolific

adjective abundant, breedy, copious, fecund, feracious, fertile, fruitbearing, fruitful, philoprogenitive, procreative, productive, profuse, progenitive, proliferous, rich, teeming, wordy, yielding
See also: beneficial, copious, fertile, productive, profuse, rampant
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94 MF = male flowering, PR = prolificacy, YHE = yield of husked ears, PH = plant height, EH = ear insertion height, NI = number of internodes, IL = internode length, SD = diameter of the stalk, LL = Leaf length, LW = leaf width, NLB = number of leaves below the ear, NLA = number of leaves above the ear, LA = angle of the leaf, LMS = length of main stem of the tassel, LSS = length of secondary stem of the tassel, NSS = number of secondary stems of the tassel, ASS = angle of the secondary stem of the tassel, EP = ear placement, HC = husk coverage of the ear = NRK = number of rows of kernels on the ear, NKR = number of kernels per row, EL = length of the ear, ED = diameter of the ear, CD = diameter of the cob, CC = color of the cob.
Polymorphism on BMP15 as a candidate gene for prolificacy in six goat breeds.
We have examined sire prolificacy (breeding success) on a number of commercial cow-calf herds over the past few years, and have consistently seen this variability in calf output (Van Eenennaam, Weaber, et al.
Short-term treatment with a controlled internal drug releasing (CIDR) device and FSH to induce fertile estrus and increase prolificacy in anestrous ewes.
She became a full-time writer only in the late 1960s, but has since demonstrated a remarkably prolificacy, producing over twenty novels and collections of short stories, as well as dozens of radio and television plays and adaptations.
They were originally favored for many reasons including their hardiness, mothering ability, milk production and prolificacy.
The wider English-reading public discovered the genius of Mark Steyn after September 11, and for two reasons other than the fact that his amazing prolificacy did not come at the expense of quality.
He would be made to pay for his prolificacy when Oldham took the lead on 67 minutes after a defensive mix-up between keeper Gueret and Kristian O'Leary.
They are fecund and they multiply which is the irreducible power of all generative substance--its ceaseless prolificacy.
The prolificacy of public opinion polls in elite media, more than election polls, tend to create incorrect cognitions regarding public preferences and perspectives, Sometimes, the source of the misperception is the fact that a poll is taken at all on a topic, and sometimes the source is the spin--intentionally or unintentionally--supplied by pundits and other analysts.
But in a recent conversation with REW, Sturner revealed that, regardless of the prolificacy of that class of investors for whom it seems money is no object, he expects to continue to be able to grab properties in off market or pre-emptive deals.
17) Precept exegetes almost seemed impelled into prolificacy to respond to the deepened contradictions between the traditional Vinaya and a dramatically transformed society.