emergence


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the act of coming into view

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the gradual beginning or coming forth

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the becoming visible

the act of emerging

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the act of coming (or going) out

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For each treatment, the emergence rate (day-1) was calculated as the inverse of the duration of the sprouting phase (from planting to emergence), i.
The temperatures at which no emergence of plants was observed in the experiments were assumed as the lower and upper base temperatures.
Keywords: Pepper, priming, Prohexadione-Calcium, germination, emergence.
The rate of germination and emergence is markedly reduced at temperatures in the range of 15-20degC.
For these reasons, the vigorous seed production is obligatory for regular germination, seedling emergence and a good stand establishment.
It doesn't completely estimate the seedling emergence performance because field conditions are rarely optimum for germination, which adversely affect the emergence and subsequent seedling growth (Hampton and TeKrony, 1995; Kolasinska et al.
The results were expressed in percentage; emergence speed index--the seedlings emerged were daily counted by 15 days; and the index calculated according to expression proposed by Maguire (1962); length of shoot and root length of seedlings--the primary root and shoots of seedlings were measured with graduated caliper and the results expressed in centimeters per plant; shoot dry mass and root dry mass of seedlings--were obtained by removing the cotyledons.
Conclusions: We conclude that the incidence of emergence agitation after sevoflurane anesthesia in children undergoing ophthalmology surgery is up to 63.
The influence of various temperatures (15, 20, 25, 30, and 35[degrees]C) on the emergence behavior of C.
Some children that learned the Exemplars showed the emergence of the Categories.
The coated seeds were covered with a temperature-activated polymer that prevented water from reaching the seeds until soils were warm enough for germination and emergence.
In current discussions about complexity, particularly as it pertains to biology, the idea of emergence is playing an increasingly prominent role.
Objectives: To compare emergence time after Total Intra-venous Anesthesia (TIVA) using Propofol and Inhalational Anesthesia using Sevoflurane in minor gynecological and obstetric procedures.
Post-emergence behavior is largely unknown for western pond turtles (Actinemys marmorata), a species that exhibits facultative delayed emergence--both fall and spring emergence from nests have been observed (Reese and Welsh, 1997; Holte, 1998; R.