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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The interaction between mineral nutrition and diazotrophic bacteria may help minimize the critical effects during acclimatization, which is the final phase of pineapple micropropagation.
IRRs for heat at the expected value indicate no acclimatization to heat in a UHI, and IRRs below that value indicate a degree of such acclimatization (reduced vulnerability).
A research methodology of objective-reality-cognition process, a complex phenomenon of acclimatization of the Holstein livestock to the environmental conditions in North Kazakhstan, provided for a scientific approach of comparative study of imported animals as compared with the local livestock in similar feeding and technological conditions of one farm, ability for homeostasis retention by them that ensured normal life activity, and reproduction of a healthy generation.
Thus, the purpose of the current study was to investigate whether pressure acclimatization training is as effective in Australian football set shot goal kicking, where the pressure applied by opponents is more interactive than the distractions applied by opponents in other sports.
In acclimatization, several metabolic changes can be activated in an attempt to neutralize the damages caused by hydric stress, including the accumulation of different compatible solutes (Hoekstra et al.
Among tourist at high altitude it is a common attempt to speed up the acclimatization process by drug use, unfortunately, not rare in a wrong way.
scheduled periods of rest between periods of work based on temperature, humidity, and the intensity of the work activity), and none had an acclimatization program (Table).
Ex vitro rooting was found beneficial both in terms of rooting results and acclimatization success (87-90% surviving plants).
Morphology of the plantlets prior to acclimatization and the regeneration pathways (direct and indirect) also affect the growth performance of the plantlets after field transfer.
By definition, acclimatization describes a chronic adaptation response by the body to allow for improved tolerance to altitude changes.
They suggest that aerobic capacity at high altitude is related to both genetic factors and developmental acclimatization.
Follows severe quality control standards of inspection, rotation, cleanliness and acclimatization.
Live footage on NASA TV showed all three men smiling as they were helped out of the capsule and into reclining chairs to begin their acclimatization to Earth's gravity after nearly five months in space, according to a report of the Associated Press.
The athletes were provided one-week training & acclimatization camp facility prior to the competitions at the scenic Valley of Naltar.