English to Hindi Dictionary proliferate

proliferate

पैदा करना
definition
verb
the science fiction magazines that proliferated in the 1920s
increase rapidly in numbers; multiply.
translation of 'proliferate'
फलना,
संतान उत्‍पन्‍न करना,
फूलना,
बच्‍चे जनना
verb
संतान बढ़ाना,
संख्या में बढ़ना,
पैदा करना,
तादाद में बढ़ना,
वंश बढ़ना,
उत्पन्न कर देना
example
Multiple variations quickly 'proliferate' into thousands of different model numbers.
They also 'proliferate' , multiplying to increase the response to the wound.
electromagnetic radiation can only 'proliferate' cancers already present
If cloning by fission is viewed more generally as a form of tissue modeling seen in all metazoans, in which some cells 'proliferate' and others die, knowledge from other organisms can suggest candidate genes.
Cytokines are secreted proteins that induce cells to 'proliferate' and differentiate.
When active, the stem cells 'proliferate' and expand, building up the follicle and producing cells that make new hair.
Under typical growth conditions, on the other hand, persisters hardly grow at all, while normal cells rapidly 'proliferate' .
the Mediterranean faces an ecological disaster if the seaweed continues to 'proliferate' at its present rate
Moreover, as regulations 'proliferate' , there is increased demand for exceptions that can sensitively accommodate religious needs.
If standards slide as Asian clinics 'proliferate' and competition increases, patients will suffer.
If you have any cells with estrogen receptors and you put more estrogen into the body, you're going to stimulate those cells to 'proliferate' and divide.
Satellite cells 'proliferate' , differentiate, and fuse with existing myofibers.
Apoptosis is a normal and essential part of early development, when brain cells 'proliferate' rapidly and some are killed off, but little is known about how apoptosis of growing neurons is regulated.
Studies on escalating student debt will 'proliferate' .
This work tests the novel notion that cancer cells co-opt cellular pathways that govern metabolism in order to 'proliferate' beyond a cell's normal means.
These influences all contribute to an environment that allows hematopoietic progenitor cells to 'proliferate' and differentiate normally.
As contexts 'proliferate' , objects accrue multiple layers of meaning, not all of which necessarily agree.
At the time, the notion that we could 'proliferate' stem cells from an adult kidney, or any other organ for that matter, was hardly the conventional wisdom that it is today.
Stem cells are precursor cells that can 'proliferate' , differentiate, and self-renew.
Upon muscle injury, these cells undergo mitosis, 'proliferate' , form syncytium and ultimately form new skeletal myocytes.
Thus, eye disc cells continue to 'proliferate' until an even larger ecdysone pulse occurs during the middle of the pupal period.
electromagnetic radiation can only 'proliferate' cancers already present
In later life we are not supposed to continue to 'proliferate' tissue at a rapid rate, grow, and accumulate mass, but rather to mature.
If this process of self-protection does not work then the destructive cells can 'proliferate' uncontrollably.
cultured cells often 'proliferate' indefinitely
As stories like this 'proliferate' , we become increasingly fearful for York's future.
The cells remaining in the ruptured follicle 'proliferate' rapidly and form the corpus luteum.
Several forms of cancer involve the inactivation of the apoptotic process, thus enabling the cancer cells to continue to 'proliferate' .
In the last few years, technology parks have 'proliferated' in the main industrial areas and near universities and R&D centers.
We do know that they are one of the world's worst 'proliferators' , particularly with ballistic missile technologies.
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