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+19 rate 1. catch-phrase expressing adherence to an ethos of partying, drinking, indulging in sex and basically having a good time above all else
+7 rate 2. Sex: gender, as in male or female. Also refers to sexual intercourse - Sex - Sex
+4 rate 3. Formation of new organism containing genetic material from more than a single parent.
+3 rate 4. Dream symbol (SEX IN DREAMS ) Having sex in a dream indicates one of two things. The first and most common is for the dreamer to get intimate with their male / female side. In cases where, due to upbringing, a person is too male (e.g. causing them to repress their feelings) or too female (e.g. causing them to lack confidence in themselves) the dream tries to heal this by representing their male or female side as desirable. The dream wants both male and female sides of the self to share a closeness in an uninhibited way. This sharing restores balance to the dreamer so they can draw on the strength inherent in the aspect of their nature they were repressing. Many people are shocked to find themselves having sex in a dream with a person of the same sex. This still has the same meaning. A woman having sex with another woman in a dream is still a healing device intended to put the dreamer in close contact with her heart / feelings. Dreams can also include members of the family in sexual roles with the dreamer. Here the intent is to use an existing loving relationship as a pull to seduce the dreamer into have sex and therefore accept the healing the dream is offering. Where a dreamer is able to be honest to themselves in private but puts on 'an air' or represses their feelings in public they can dream about having sex in public. Again the purpose of the dream is the same but here it is also asking the dreamer to not be afraid of being honest with themselves in front of others. The second reason for dreaming about having sex is to heal the dreamer of the fact that they are currently not having sex with their partner. In this case the dream attempts to heal stress or whatever impact abstinence is having on the relationship..
+1 rate 5. Islam Coitus interruptus (=Sexual intercourse knowingly interruped in order to avoid pregnancy.)
+1 rate 6. airport Name: Sembach Airport; location: Finsterwalde, Germany; IATA Code: SEX; ICAO Code: n.a.
+1 rate 7. large cloth bag(s) used as containers for such things as potatoes, cement, etc.: "sex of manure", "corn sex", etc.
rate 8. v How do you sex these fish (= know whether they are male or female) ?
rate 9. All forms of discrimination based on sex, e.g. pay-related, are contrary to EU principles.EU citizenship, Fundamental rights)
rate 10. the sum of features by which members of species can be divided into two groupsmale and femalethat complement each other reproductively. Sex, sexuality and reproduction are all closely woven into the fabric of living things. All relate to the propagation of the race and the survival of the species. Yet there can be sex without sexuality and reproduction need not be sexual, although for most forms of life sexual reproduction is essential for both propagation and long-term survival. the sum of features by which members of a species can be divided into two groupsmale and femalethat complement each other reproductively. Sex is not essential for reproduction. Many lower organisms, including most bacteria protozoa, can reproduce without sex. Even among the higher plantsall of which can reproduce sexuallyvegetative (asexual) reproduction is common (e.g., by means of tubers, runners and bulbs). In asexual reproduction, each offspring is identical to its single parent, except for differences arising from mutations in the genetic material. In sexual reproduction, in which each offspring receives a combination of genes from two parents, each offspring is genetically unique. Thus, populations of organisms that reproduce sexually display far more genetic diversity than do populations of organisms that reproduce asexually. The advantage of such genetic diversity is in adjusting to environmental change. The greater its genetic diversity, the more likely it is that a population will include some members that carry the genetic combinations needed to adjust to a changed environment. Evolution has strongly favoured the development of sexual reproduction. Beginning with mechanisms for ensuring occasional genetic recombination in primitive microorganisms, sex has undergone an evolution of its own throughout the whole history of life on Earth. Elaborate patterns of behaviour, complex structures and delicate physiological equilibriums have all been developed under the influence of natural selection, ensuring the continued existence of species with an abundant supply of new combinations of genes in each generation. Although structural differences between male and female are not always apparent, as in many lower organisms, functional differences can always be distinguished. In the majority of species above the level of complexity of viruses and bacteria, a new individual is brought into being by the cooperation of a male and female organism, each of which contributes a special cell, a gamete or sex cell, toward that creation; the male donates a spermatozoon or sperm; the female, an ovum or egg. The affinity that sperm and egg have for each other may result in their fusion (fertilization). The single-celled product, a zygote, carries its own blueprint for development derived from each of its parents. Sexuality is not always an eitheror determination. Organisms exist that produce both sperm and eggs; these, called hermaphrodites, occur naturally in many groups of lower animals. Among fungi and protozoa, sex is often found in more than two genetic forms, which are referred to as mating types. In higher animals and plants, intersexes, gynandromorphs and sexual mosaics are not uncommon; the occurrence of such intergraded forms reflects the range of possibilities that may proceed from variable action of genetic endowment and hormonal influence. In sexual reproduction every individual receives two sets of chromosomesone set from each of two parentsand passes on mixtures of these chromosomes to its offspring. Thus, in each generation the genetic material is recombined in new ways. Actually, the shuffling of the hereditary determinants or genes, is even more thorough, because during the formation of gametes (meiosis) a process of crossing over and exchange takes place between the two sets of parental chromosomes. This leads to the formation of gametes whose single set of chromosomes is actually a composite of the parental organism's maternal and paternal genes. The number of genes is so great that in a sexually reproducing population of higher organisms no two individuals (aside from those, such as identical twins, that result from a single zygote) are precisely alike. Each individual has a unique combination of genes that will not recur in populations of even many trillions of individuals. The uniqueness of the individual is thus a consequence of sexual reproduction. The significance of sex can be fully appreciated when one compares it to the phenomenon of parthenogenesis, in which the egg regularly develops into an embryo without having been fertilized. The great biological diversity characteristic of sexually reproducing species is thus not found in parthenogenetic forms. In the great majority of bisexual organisms some kind of genetic mechanism of sex determination is operative, causing certain zygotes to develop into males, others into females. The mechanism that controls the direction of development consists in most cases of a special pair of sex chromosomes, present in all the cells of the body. In one sex the two sex chromosomes are alike and are known as X chromosomes. In the other sex, there is a pair consisting of an X chromosome and a chromosome that differs from it genetically, known as a Y chromosome. In humans and most (but not all) groups of animals, the female will have two X chromosomes and the male will have an X and a Y chromosome. This pattern affects the development of the organism by controlling cellular metabolism and stimulating the production of hormones that trigger the development of sexual glands or organs. An excess or lack of hormones during embryological development may cause an individual to develop the superficial appearance of one sex while retaining the genetic constitution of the other sex. The mere existence of eggs, sperm and accessory reproductive organs does not ensure fertilization. There must also be behavioural tendencies and reactions through which the male approaches and inseminates the female or her eggs. The sexual behaviour of all species has a common functionto secure the fertilization of the egg. Species exhibit an enormous range of behaviours to carry out this objective. Additional reading General works Adrian Forsyth, A Natural History of Sex (1986, reissued 1993), treats the role of sex in the natural world. The origins of sex and genetic recombination are considered in John Maynard Smith, The Evolution of Sex (1978) and Lynn Margulis and Dorion Sagan, Origins of Sex: Three Billion Years of Genetic Recombination (1986) and Mystery Dance: On the Evolution of Human Sexuality (1991) and the benefits derived by all species from genetic recombination are presented in James L. Gould and Carol Grant Gould, Sexual Selection (1989). Animals and plants George C. Williams, Adaptation and Natural Selection (1966, reissued 1974), offers an illuminating and thoughtful discussion of animal sexual reproduction in relation to the processes of biological evolution and adaptation. Courtship and mating are addressed in Margaret Bastock, Courtship: An Ethological Study (1967); J.H. Prince, The Universal Urge: Courtship and Mating Among Animals (1972); Robert L. Smith (ed.), Sperm Competition and the Evolution of Animal Mating Systems (1984) and Mark Jerome Walters, The Dance of Life (1988; also published as Courtship in the Animal Kingdom, 1989). The active role of the females in mate selection is investigated in Patrick Bateson (ed.), Mate Choice (1983); Evelyn Shaw and Joan Darling, Female Strategies (1985); Bettyann Kevles, Females of the Species: Sex and Survival in the Animal Kingdom (1986) and Mary Batten, Sexual Strategies: How Females Choose Their Mates (1992).The sexual systems, mate choices and pollination strategies of plants are detailed in Mary F. Willson, Plant Reproductive Ecology (1983); Bastiaan Meeuse and Sean Morris, The Sex Life of Flowers (1984) and Jon Lovett Doust and Lesley Lovett Doust, Plant Reproductive Ecology: Patterns and Strategies (1988). Further works treating reproduction in animals and plants may be found in the bibliography to the article reproduction.
rate 11. Sum of features by which a member of a plant or animal species can be placed into one of two complementary reproductive groups, male or female. In both plants and animals, sex is determined by the reproductive cells (gametes) produced by the organism. The male produces sperm cells and the female produces egg cells. Males and females may or may not have apparent structural differences, but they always have functional, hormonal and chromosomal differences. Patterns of behaviour, sometimes elaborate, may also distinguish the sexes in some species.
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