assimilate

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to take in and incorporate, especially mentally

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take up mentally

become similar to one's environment

make similar

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take (gas, light or heat) into a solution

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become similar in sound

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19] reported that moisture stress at pollination stage influenced grain setting of corn by decreasing photosynthesis and decreased grain number per cab row owing to the increase in the number of sterile pollens which were produced due to the deficiency of assimilates.
Stem dry weight was decreased in the treatment of the removal of upper leaves of cab compared to control which indicates the deficiency of assimilates and the incapability of leaves in supplying enough assimilates.
In the treatment of removal of lower leaves of cab, TGW was decreased due to the deficiency of assimilates.
After the brain absorbs and assimilates, then it acts.
Larson and Whitham (1991) showed that aphid-induced galls may compete for assimilates with plant sinks such as flowers and fruits.
This aphid induces mobilizing sinks that draw assimilates from neighboring leaves.
In a preliminary study on the sources of assimilates imported into galls of a guild of aphid species (Homoptera; Pemphigidae) that forms galls on Pistacia palaestina Boiss.
When the photosynthesis was decreased after the pollination, assimilates produced prior the flowering get the more importance.
The participation of stem reserves assimilates in yield at stressful condition significantly was not more of optimum environment.
Naylor critically rewrites Shakespeare and lays to rest the "myth of Shakespeare's inexhaustibility": "Shakespeare does not assimilate Naylor; Naylor assimilates Shakespeare" - in a way that suggests difference more than continuity and kinship (347).
It assimilates all pertinent clinical information for a specific patient, and even a specific tooth.