emergence


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the act of coming into view

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the gradual beginning or coming forth

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the becoming visible

the act of emerging

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the act of coming (or going) out

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It is unknown whether adults require Exemplars and Categories to demonstrate the emergence of the probed ABC intraverbals, as most children require.
Effects of Temperature on Emergence Rate, Emergence Duration, and Sex Ratio of C.
Areas in Madeira, which experienced dense Brood XIV cicada populations in 1991, had a moderate emergence this year.
Second, incorporation of several conserved targets in a universal vaccine may decrease the likelihood and rate of emergence of escape mutants and increase the strength of protection.
As part of a study to learn more about the biology of this insect, emergence traps were placed under trees that are known as adult host plants at the USDA/ ARS Subtropical Horticulture Research Station in Miami, FL.
Coated seeds planted in early spring generally had similar or greater rates of emergence than uncoated seeds planted in late spring.
Behaviour on emergence was rated on a four-point scale: 1 = calm; 2=not calm but could be easily calmed; 3=not easily calmed, moderately agitated or restless; 4=excited or disoriented (Table 1) (9).
The purpose of this study was to better understand factors potentially influencing the emergence of Bromus and Brassica, in particular 0-10 cm burial depths and simulated litter, gravel, and mineral soil substrates.
The emergence also provided another test of the emergence model developed by Kritsky et al.
For Deacon, this means exploring the dynamics of emergence as a naturalistic or "bottom-up" process, much the way other scientific explanations are understood.
Instead, while 81% of total emergence occurred in October and 13% in November and December, just 6% occurred in January to April.
For understanding our world, Clayton proposes that the perspective of emergence is the best choice when compared to the two more common options of physicalism and dualism.
Although the discovery of such zoonoses is often related to better diagnostic tools, the leading causes of their emergence are human behavior and modifications to natural habitats (expansion of human populations and their encroachment on wildlife habitat), changes in agricultural practices, and globalization of trade.
The genre's importance, notes Quinn, derives from its emergence as the voice of an oppressed community during a time of socioeconomic transformation.
95) follows the emergence of the science of linguistics, from its emergence as an independent field of study in the Victorian era to America's pioneer of linguistics, William Dwight Whitney.