Definición de self-propagating en inglés:

self-propagating

Saltos de línea: self-propagat¦ing
Pronunciación: /sɛlfˈprɒpəɡeɪtɪŋ
 
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adjetivo

  • (Especially of a plant) able to propagate itself.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • They chose ornamental plants that were self-propagating, along with annuals that were generally self-seeding.
    • In more specific terms, a meme is a self-propagating unit of cultural evolution, analogous to the gene (the unit of genetics).
    • There, the molecules began the complex series of reactions that eventually lead to self-propagating chemical sequences that eventually became replicating life forms.

Derivativos

self-propagation

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • No present form of maize is capable of self-propagation, and wherever it grows it is grown by man.
  • At the time, of course, it was not known that the gene's apparent self-propagation requires the participation of numerous extragenic elements such as enzymes and other proteins.
  • Selfish genes of no function other than self-propagation are susceptible to degeneration if they become fixed in a population, and regular transfer to new species may be the only means for their long-term persistence.

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