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Reproductive technique that entails an elevated tempo of reproduction with minimal parental expenditure. It means increasing the pace of reproduction as well as creating a comparatively large number of offspring results in reproductive achievement as compared to creating just a few offspring that demand higher levels of parental expenditure.

R-STRATEGY: "Thanks to r-strategy, the male had lots of offspring."

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