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(adj) having a lack of (or low level of) sexual attraction to others and/or a lack of interest or desire for sex or sexual partners.  Asexuality exists on a spectrum from people who experience no sex [..]
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1830, as a term in biology, a hybrid from a- (2) "not" + sexual. In general contexts, attested from 1896.
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Having no desire for sex with a partner.
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Propagation with out pollination.
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A sexual orientation where a person experiences little or no sexual attraction.
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 Flowers that lack pistils, ovuals, pollen or stamens thus don’t produce fruit.
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adj. Having no distinct sexual organs.
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A term describing reproduction that does not involve gene transfer between parent cells. © Nature Education
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1. lacking fundamental sexual characteristics or drive. 2. Also means capable of reproduction without fertilization. This type of reproduction occurs in many plants species that reproduce by budding.
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without that part of the life cycle which involves fertilization and meiosis.
Source: plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

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(adj) not having or involving sex
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reproduction that is not sexual; that is, reproduction that does not include recombining the genotypes of two parents
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An absence of sexual attraction or desire
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A sexual orientation generally characterized by not feeling sexual attraction or desire for partnered sexuality. Asexuality is distinct from celibacy, which is the deliberate abstention from sexual activity. Some asexual people do have sex. There are many diverse ways of being asexual.
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A sexual orientation generally characterized by not feeling sexual attraction or a desire for partnered sexuality. Asexuality is distinct from celibacy, which is the deliberate abstention from sexual [..]
Source: lgbtqia.ucdavis.edu

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Vegetative; without sex organs, sex cells, or sexual spores, as the anamorph of a fungus.
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Reproduction without cell division.
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Someone who does not experience sexual desire for people of any gender. Some asexual people desire romantic relationships, while others do not. Asexuality can be considered a spectrum, with some asexual people experiencing desire for varying types of intimacy. This desire can fluctuate over time. Asexuality is distinct from celibacy, which is the d [..]
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Pertaining to reproduction that does not entail meiosis and syngamy.
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Without male or female organs; reproducing vegetatively, without fertilization by another plant.
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Not sexual in nature, not marked by sexual activity. (Compare ''Platonic''.) * '''2004''', Martha Vicinus, ''Intimate Friends: women who loved women, 1778-1928'', page 150: *: The central paradox [..]
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A person who does not experience sexual attraction, but may experience other forms of attraction (e.g., intellectual, emotional). Asexual people may also identify as “bisexual”, “gay”, “lesb [..]
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someone who does not experience sexual attraction
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Being asexual means you are not interested in, or do not desire, sexual activity with anyone of any gender.
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According to the Asexual Visibility and Education Network, an asexual is “someone who does not experience sexual attraction.” Someone who is asexual may experience other types of attraction or che [..]
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A person who is not sexually attracted to any gender.
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 One who has little or no desire for sex or sexuality. Commentary: Asexuality should not be confused with lack of interest in romantic relationships. Asexuals can and do form romantic relationships [..]
Source: morethantwo.com

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1. Without sexual desire or interest. Someone with seemingly no sexual drive. 2. Referring to reproduction without the combination of genetic material with another individual. Yeast can reproduce asexually by budding.
Source: medicinenet.com

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