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equilibration

[i‚kwil·ə′brā·shən]
(psychology)
As described by Jean Piaget, the operation together of the two processes of assimilating new information and accommodating to this information.
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Consequently the price of food goes up and import rise is inevitable in order to equilibrate the domestic market.
Additional experiments confirmed that roGFP2 is not directly oxidized, but properly equilibrates with the glutathione redox couple: Inhibition of endogenous glutaredoxin 1 (Grx1) disrupted roGFP2 responses to [O.
These chambers were designed to rapidly equilibrate with the environment of the pond, but they allowed no bacteria to move into, or out of, the chambers.
These results confirm an initial increase in SOM and suggest that SOM may equilibrate during the later stages of succession.
These positive effects are generally attributed to the ability of probiotics to regulate intestinal permeability, normalize host intestinal flora, improve gut immune barrier function, and equilibrate the balance between proinflammatory and anti-inflammatory cytokines.
Once they equilibrate to the atmosphere, I can remove the optic.
Without high enough tariffs, transportation costs, or other market barriers to segregate the home market sufficiently, reimportation of the lower-priced imports into the home market would arbitrage away any dumping-enabling profits--and if the demand of customers in the export market is less price elastic than the demand of customers in the home market, the price of the good in the export market could equilibrate at a level higher than the price at home.
Equilibrate at -4 [degrees]C for as long as necessary to achieve vial-to-vial temperature homogeneity (for example, 30-45 min)
Inquiry is a form of questioning that serves to equilibrate the potential imbalance in status caused by someone needing help (one down) to the person that is capable of providing assistance.
The mold is heated to the sintering temperature of the particles, allowed to equilibrate, and then subjected to pressure.
It has been suggested that the OVD would equilibrate after a few weeks [Innes and Evans, 2008], but no evidence has yet been reported to support this.
In two cases, a combined hypnosis and electromyographic-biofeedback approach was used to equilibrate and retrain affected neck muscles.