Emergence


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emergence

[ə′mər·jəns]
(geology)
Dry land which was part of the ocean floor.
The act or process of becoming an emergent land mass.
(hydrology)

Emergence

 

an outgrowth on the surface of stems and leaves formed, in contrast to hair, not only by the epidermis but by underlying tissues. Emergences include the stinging hairs of nettle, the thorns on rose stems and thorn apples, and the glandular hairs on sundew (Drosera).

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Dexmedetomidine infusion for analgesia and prevention of emergence agitation in children with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome undergoing tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy.
The temperatures at which no emergence of plants was observed in the experiments were assumed as the lower and upper base temperatures.
The present study was therefore planned to evaluate the emergence potential and productivity of Bt and non-Bt cotton cultivars through optimizing sowing and picking times.
As such, based on the existence of majority and minority opinions, we can define emergence as composed of four types.
Information on relationship of adult emergence pattern with physiological time is lacking about this pest in our region.
brasiliensis maternity caves in western Oklahoma were visited and the sizes of the emergence flights were estimated (Table 1).
A stepwise multiple regression analysis was conducted to determine if any combination of vigor tests could more precisely forecast the field emergence using SPSS.
After each pairing phase, they first probed the tacts and repeated the probes until an emergence criterion was reached; thereafter, they probed the selections.
The emergence trap was constructed from 2 white 2.3 L buckets of high density polyethylene (Snap on Lid Pails; Pro-Western Plastics Ltd., St.
'The hurried and controversial emergence of the APC candidate is an indelible political albatross.
In this context, this study tried to find at least one rice cultivar tolerant to saline water during the stages of emergence and growth of seedlings.
Another key factor for obtaining high quality seedlings is the depth of furrows where seeds are sown, because the soil thermal dynamics and physics affect the process of germination and seedling emergence (TILLMANN et al., 1994).