acclimatization


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adjustment to a changing environment

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

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Metabolic and ventilatory acclimatization to cold stress in House Sparrows (Passer domesticus).
Ledebourii forms at the stage of acclimatization to ex vitro conditions.
Population acclimatization to increased heat could reduce future heat-related mortality by 40%.
After the start up of the reactors, the acclimatization study was performed in two phases.
They also did not report any change in their body weight over the duration of the acclimatization to the respective extreme environments.
The benefits of acclimatization are less sweating at a given workload, and less elimination of electrolytes in your sweat.
It usually takes about seven days, working in a warm or hot environment for at least 100 minutes a day, to approach full acclimatization to that environment.
We studied acclimatization in hearing-impaired patients with no previous hearing aid (HA) experience who were fit bilaterally with either wide dynamic range multichannel compression (WDRMCC) or linear amplification (LA) HAs.
If that same individual travels to an altitude of 14,000 feet, the figures fall to 45 mmHg and 71% prior to acclimatization.
The unit's overall approach to heat injury prevention has been primarily based on acclimatization.
The Japanese research team first had 22 young men (12 daytime workers, average age of 28; 10 students, average age of 26) undergo three-day acclimatization period.
All are full-time or part-time mountaineering instructors and this gives them an edge in fitness and acclimatization.
Hydration and acclimatization to environmental stress are critical to helping keep the active body free from injury.
Also, learning more about the genetic basis of high-altitude acclimatization could help researchers solve medical mysteries, such as why some people naturally respond to similar lung diseases by breathing harder and turning pink, while others breathe less hard and turn blue.
Not unlike the Californian proponents of acclimatization, Brown favored the Pine for a mixture of aesthetic and utilitarian reasons.