acclimation


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acclimation

[‚ak·lə′mā·shən]
(biology)
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The objectives of this study were to: (1) describe the behavior of stage IV lobster larvae in relation to relevant water temperatures; (2) verify if a thermal shocks occurs such that larval behavior is impacted; (3) verify if acclimation to a given temperature could minimize a potential thermal shock; (4) verify if the behavioral response of larvae at different temperatures is similar when observations are done on single larvae as compared with larvae within a group of larvae (effect of interactions between individuals).
The success of any CPAP acclimation program for children may be dependent upon the thorough education of both the parent and, if appropriate, the child.
We observed responses of three fish from one aquarium from one acclimation temperature at a time.
Mozes, (29) focuses primarily on settled parental intent while taking into account the child's acclimation to his or her environment.
Salvinia acclimation to cold temperature possibly included an increase in athocyanin and soluble sugar concentrations.
The effects of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) on plants are complex and involve a mixture of acclimation and damage repair mechanisms.
First-year students' introduction to campus life is stressful, and lack of acclimation leads to higher attrition rates.
These first births for our Dolphin Bay family are an expression of the successful acclimation of these incredible animals.
After 3 weeks of exercise acclimation, both exercise groups ran on a treadmill at 28 m/min until exhaustion.
Temperature tolerance was significantly related to acclimation temperature and the latter accounted for a majority of variation in both lower (97%) and upper (98%) temperature tolerance.
He is expected to be elected by acclimation in early June.