Viviparous animals are born live and do not hatch from eggs. People are viviparous.
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Livebearing; giving birth to living young. (cf oviparous)
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Bearing living young.
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- (zoology) producing living young (not eggs)
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[ Latin viviparus
alive + parere
to bear, bring forth. Confer Viper
Producing young in a living state, as most mammals, or as those plants the offspring of which are produced alive, either by bulbs instead of seeds, or by t
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1. <biology, zoology> An animal that gives birth to live offspring, as opposed to laying eggs. ... 2. <botany> Describes seeds or fruit which sprout before they fall from the parent plant. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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producing living young (not eggs)
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(vi-vip´ә-rәs) giving birth to living young which develop within the maternal body.
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• (a.) Producing young in a living state, as most mammals, or as those plants the offspring of which are produced alive, either by bulbs instead of seeds, or by the seeds themselves germinating on the plant, instead of falling, as they usually do; -- opposed to oviparous.
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viviparous 1. Giving birth to living offspring that develop within the mother's body. Most mammals and some other animals are viviparous. 2. Giving birth to living young which develop within the maternal body; not hatched from external eggs. 3. Giving birth to living young, in distinction to oviparous, or egg-laying. 4. A description of a plant
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In zoology, viviparous refers to creatures which produce young which have developed inside the body of the parent.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: vī-vip′ă-rŭs Definitions: 1. Giving birth to living young, in distinction to oviparous, or egg-laying. Synonyms: zoogonous
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In animals, a method of reproduction in which the embryo develops inside the body of the female from which it gains nourishment (in contrast to oviparous and ovoviviparous). Vivipary is best developed in placental mammals, but also occurs in some arthropods, fishes, amphibians, and reptiles that have placentalike structures. In plants, it is the fo
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bearing live young instead of laying eggs.
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animals are those where the young develop inside the body of the mother, as opposed to in an egg – see Oviparous and Ovoviviparous. Mammals are the most common creatures to behave this way.
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Reproducing by giving birth to live young.
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() a form of reproduction where the young are nurtured by a placenta within the female's body and are born fuly developed. See ovoviviparous and ovoparous
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refers to the reproductive method of directly bearing young giving birth to young as opposed to eggs.(see oviparous and ovoviviparous)
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In animals, giving birth to live young rather than laying eggs. In plants, seeds that germinate (sprout) while still attached to the parent plant.
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Live-bearing animal whose young are sustained by some connection to its mother.
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Bearing live young; having offspring that develop within the body and are born alive, rather than producing an egg that develops outside the body (Morris 1992).
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(1) seeds or fruits which germinate before being shed from the parent plant, (2) the development of plantlets on non-floral organs e.g. leaves.
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having the seeds germinate on the parent plant or, in the case of ferns, having new plants develop on the fronds
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Producing live young instead of eggs from within the body. This pertains to almost all mammals, several reptiles, and some fish.
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Bringing forth living or active young instead of laying eggs
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