Adjective(1) having the ability to produce or originate(2) producing new life or offspring
(1) It thus illuminates conceptual linkages in the model of generative fathering and provides feedback that can be used to refine such concepts.(2) Each haploid cell undergoes a mitotic division to produce the generative and vegetative nuclei.(3) Since the years of generative semantics, it has been claimed that the adverbs ├ö├ç├┐again├ö├ç├û and ├ö├ç├┐almost├ö├ç├û have access to different parts of verbal meanings.(4) In this case, I suspect that the explanation has more to do the psychological complexities of real-time composition than with the logic of grammar, generative or otherwise.(5) The genome contains instead a program of instructions for making the organism - a generative program - in which the cytoplasmic constituents of eggs and cells are essential players along with the genes.(6) In the silky upper layer the epiphytic organisms are most often attached to the generative and skeletal hyphae that make up this layer.(7) As metaphors, they often speak of wombs, both as sexual and generative organs, or they may refer more abstractly to power points, voids which attract concentric lines of force and flow around themselves.(8) One of them is generative learning, in which people produce words from cues instead of passively reading them.(9) Functionalism as a linguistic approach is different from generative and cognitive approaches in that it makes no claim as to the cognitive reality of the mechanisms it proposes - that matter is irrelevant to its usefulness.(10) In effect, the potential for generative activity as parents is a social opportunity that is allocated differently across diverse social contexts.(11) There are two possible methods by which this could arise: by generative reproduction via unreduced gametes or by somatic mutations.(12) They are both a product of and a facilitator for future generative relationships.(13) The whole question is fascinating, because generative linguists have not tended to be interested in this question.(14) The degree of generative polyploidy is indicated using the letter ├ö├ç├┐x├ö├ç├û.(15) During this period, he became a leading figure in US linguistics, replacing a mechanistic and behaviouristic view of language with a mentalistic and generative approach.(16) Here, I wish to situate discussion of Italian-Australian cultural production as part of the diverse generative dynamics organic to Australian multicultural culture.
(1) generative grammar :: 生成文法
1. productive ::
Different Formsdegenerative, generative
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