Generation is characterized as the group of individuals of a given species that have been reproduced at approximately the same time; the group of individuals of the same genealogical rank.

See also:
"Generation" is in the NAICS Code "22111"
  (Electric Power Generation Electric Power Generation)

"Generation" is in the UNSPSC Code "26000000"
  Power Generation and Distribution Machinery and Accessories

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Conventional thermal electricity generation
First-generation offspring (F1) (First-generation offspring (F1) is defined as the ...)

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