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iteroparous

/ (ˈɪtərəʊˌpærəs) /
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adjective
Also: polycarpic (of a plant) producing flowers and fruit more than once (usually many times) before dying
(of an animal) producing offspring more than once during its lifetime
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Derived forms of iteroparous

iteroparity, noun
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