acclimatisation


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Synonyms for acclimatisation

adaptation to a new climate (a new temperature or altitude or environment)

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Through this project, we are maintaining, consolidating and further developing Maltas cultural heritage through the installation of a new ventilation and acclimatisation system, the rehabilitation of the roof, and new seating in the plateau.
an bad was we the especially played tennis sunshine in the and the local When we make land, hug our family, MOT the van and recharge our batteries, we'll look back on the past 10 months as a vital period of acclimatisation
Physiology of altitude, acclimatisation and aetiology of high-altitude illnesses
The history of the acclimatisation society is characterised by several different turning points--or perhaps we should rather talk about periods of transition, often with isolated early precursors before and lingering pockets of resistance and tradition afterwards.
The investment will provide additional support to 18 sporting bodies in the areas of acclimatisation camps, familiarisation and preparation tours, training camps and competition costs.
ENGLAND selector Mick Newell is courting controversy by offering an Aussie some pre-Ashes acclimatisation next summer with Nottinghamshire.
" He had no health card and had violated acclimatisation rules with rapid ascent of 12,000 feet within some hours," Dr Meraj- ud- Din, medical officer at the Baltal base camp, said.
One suggestion that Kotze has to combat this issue is to introduce an acclimatisation period for construction workers, similar to what the Chamber of Mines in South Africa has introduced for the workers in their mines.
Seven days before the Group D opener against Italy in Manaus, the Sun Life Stadium encounter was the final act of a week-long acclimatisation camp before heading to Brazil.
The two-week trip in July will see Catherine Phillips, 17, from Warkworth, Northumberland, and Josh Truman, 17, from Ellington, Northumberland, stay in the tropical forest and undergo survival and acclimatisation training, as well as taking part in a jungle exercise.
As acclimatisation occurs and the athlete adapts to the hypoxic environment, performance improves due to the functional and metabolic adaptations that influence oxygen transport and its utilisation.
"We have already decided that we will go with the team to Manaus two days before, not the usual one day before and we hope that acclimatisation, and the acclimatisation in Miami before, will stand us in good stead."
"We have already decided that we will go with the team (to Manaus) two days before, not the usual one day before and we hope that acclimatisation, and the acclimatisation in Miami before, will stand us in good stead."
Furthermore, another element that requires serious attention is the acclimatisation phase of the seedlings, because the anatomical and physiological aspects of vitroplants have to be adequate for new ex vitro ambient conditions that differ from in vitro conditions in all aspects.
On Cho Oyu in the spring of 1952, Pugh conducted groundbreaking research into the use of oxygen for climbing and studied acclimatisation, nutrition and protective clothing and equipment.