Definition Of replicate
a close or exact copy; a replica.
Subsequently, groups were randomly assigned to receive one of the three supplemental treatments (corn, rice bran, or soybean hulls), resulting in three replicates each of two years.
a tone one or more octaves above or below the given tone.
make an exact copy of; reproduce.
it might be impractical to replicate eastern culture in the west
of the nature of a copy.
a replicate Earth
Example Of replicate
A full copy snapshot replicates the data set in its entirety.
A lot of immigrants finish up replicating the culture they came from.
A single egg cell replicates itself , and the offspring cells in turn replicate themselves, and so on.
All fermentations were performed on duplicate days with two replicates per day.
And in doing so, the gene creates copies of its genetic material by replicating itself through intricate processes of cell division.