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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Some consequences of the removal of upper leaves and male inflorescence include better penetration of light into crop cover, lower plant lodging, less competition between male inflorescence and cab over assimilates as well as some responses of the plant to stress such as assimilate remobilization from stem and leaves to grains, higher photosynthesis efficiency of remaining leaves, higher chlorophyll concentration, the activity of PEP carboxylase and so on [4].
The assimilates produced by upper leaves of cab and five lower leaves are mobilized to grains.
After the brain absorbs and assimilates, then it acts.
SSG's three-pronged approach to executive search -- intensive organizational assessment, candidate selection that considers organizational culture equally with qualifications, and post-selection guidance to the candidate as he or she assimilates into the organization -- sets the firm apart from the competition.
When the photosynthesis was decreased after the pollination, assimilates produced prior the flowering get the more importance.
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.
It was followed by the wholesale and retail trade that assimilates 198,377 expatriate workers.