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Definition of the noun acclimation

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noun - plural: acclimations

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

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  1. The process of becoming, or the state of being, acclimated, or habituated to a new climate; acclimatization.

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Google previewPlant-Derived Antimycotics (2003)

Current Trends and Future Prospects by M.k. Rai, Donatella Mares

Acclimation is the initial and a requisite stage of professional growth and development.

Google previewTreating Suicidal Behavior (2004)

An Effective, Time-Limited Approach by M. David Rudd, Thomas E. Joiner, M. Hasan Rajab

Acclimation is the initial and a requisite stage of professional growth and development.

Google previewEngaging Young Readers (2000)

Promoting Achievement and Motivation by Linda Baker, Mariam Jean Dreher, John T. Guthrie

Acclimation is the initial and a requisite stage of professional growth and development.

Google previewNatural Discourse (2002)

Toward Ecocomposition by Sidney I. Dobrin, Christian R. Weisser

According to Ricklefs, "Acclimation is a reversible change in structure that helps maintain homeostasis in response to environmental...

Acclimation is the ability to change and change again; acclimation is the act of revision. In Florida, many ...

Google previewFish Disease (2011)

Diagnosis and Treatment by Edward J. Noga

Acclimation is the physiological adaptation of an animal to a new environment. Acclimation is an important concept to understand in fish health because it helps explain why fish may get sick under one set of circumstances but may be perfectly ...

Google previewEcology (2013)

by W. D. Russell-Hunter

Reverse acclimation is a manifestation of a more general, temperaturemediated respiratory compensation to hypoxic...

Reverse acclimation is an adaptation to aquatic environments characterized by low, rapidly fluctuating temperatures ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Water Science (Print) (2003)

by Bobby A. Stewart, Terry Howell

Acclimation is a third mechanism, different from avoidance and adaptation. Acclimation is a response of plants to changing water conditions, and it is generally associated with the synthesis of a specific- set of transcripts. During acclimation ...

Google previewSensing, Signaling and Cell Adaptation (2002)

by J.M. Storey, K.B. Storey

Hunting for the temperature sensors A central issue in considering single versus multiple signaling pathways for cold acclimation is the question of whether there is one temperature sensor in plant cells or several sensors, which may respond ...

Google previewEnvironmental Physiology of Livestock (2012)

by R. J. Collier, J. L. Collier

Acclimation is the coordinated phenotypic response developed by the animal to a specific stressor in the environment (Fregley, 1996), while acclimatization refers to the coordinated response to several individual stressors simultaneously (e.g., ...

Google previewTranslational Genomics for Crop Breeding (2013)

Volume 2 - Improvement for Abiotic Stress, Quality and Yield Improvement by Rajeev Varshney, Roberto Tuberosa

Cold acclimation is a relatively slow, adaptive response that takes place during the fall, when the temperature, length of the day, and light intensity decrease gradually. All these factors are important for attaining a genetically determined ...

Google previewCoral Health and Disease (2004)

by Eugene Rosenberg, Yossi Loya

Acclimation refers to short-term physiological changes that lead to increased tolerance. In general, this term is applied in a situation where an organism is exposed to changes in a single parameter, generally under laboratory conditions.

Google previewBioinformatics Research and Development (2007)

First International Conference, BIRD 2007, Berlin, Germany, March 12-14, 2007, Proceedings by Sepp Hochreiter, Roland Wagner

Introduction Cold acclimation is a biological process that increases freezing tolerance of an ...

Google preview21st Century Anthropology: A Reference Handbook (2010)

by H. James Birx

Acclimation refers to very short-term changes in response to a stress, such as shivering in the cold or sweating in the heat. Acclimatization occurs over days or months, such as adjusting to breathing thinner air at high altitudes. Developmental ...

Google previewImproving Crop Resistance to Abiotic Stress (2012)

Vol. 1 by Narendra Tuteja, John Wiley & Sons

Nevertheless, this study did clearly show that the additional freezing tolerance obtained during subzero acclimation is the result of complex biological processes that, at least at the level of gene expression, are clearly different from cold ...

Google previewGenetic Conservation of Salmonid Fishes (1993)

by Joseph G. Cloud, Gary H. Thorgaard

Acclimation for Stress Reduction Acclimation is a technique used to prepare fish for release in the natural habitat. It is used to provide the fish time to adjust gradually to the natural stream conditions and reduce transportation-induced stress.

Google previewMultum in Parvo (1892)

Notes from the Life and Travels of James Batchelder, a Retired Locomotive Engineer by James Batchelder

The Jardin de Acclimation is a park which attracts all classes of people. The zoological garden is in this park, and is well stocked with animals and birds. A band discourses fine music every afternoon, attracting crowds of people. One of the ...

Google previewThe molecular genetics of floral transition and flower development (2014)

First, cold acclimation is a short-term response that can be induced within a relatively short period of time while vernalisation is a long-term response that ...

Google previewPlant Responses to Abiotic Stress (2004)

by Heribert Hirt, Kazuo Shinozaki

Cold acclimation is a polygenic trait where a large ...

Google previewBiology Terminology (2014)

Speedy Study Guides by Speedy Publishing

Acclimation: Acclimation refers to the morphological and/0r physiological changes experienced by various organisms to adapt or accustom themselves to a new climate or environment. Active Transport: The movement of cellular substances ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Environmental Science and Engineering, Fifth Edition, Volumes One and Two (2010)

by James R. Pfafflin, Edward N. Ziegler

These experiments demonstrated the importance of recent past history of the fish, both the controlled holding temperature imposed in the laboratory prior to testing acclimation and the seasonal environmental temperature when fish were ...

Google previewCRC Dictionary of Agricultural Sciences (2001)

by Robert Alan Lewis

acclimation. 1: a normal phenotypic adjustment of an organism to environmental change, including bebavioral, physiological, and morphological changes. 2a: a gradual and reversible physiological or morphological adjustment of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Lifestyle Medicine and Health (2011)

by James M. Rippe, MD

Some acclimation may also result from repeated exposure to cold. Clothing and Exercise The insulation offered by clothing assemblies is commonly described in terms of CLO units. One CLO is intended to correspond with normal English ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Biology (2015)

by Elizabeth Martin, Robert Hine

acclimation The physiological changes occurring in an organism in response to a change in a particular environmental factor (e.g. temperature), ...

Google previewLewis' Dictionary of Toxicology (1998)

by Robert Alan Lewis

acclimation, accommodation, adaptation, adjustment. acclimatize (acclimate; harden). 1: to adapt to a new environment.

Google previewAne's Encyclopedic Dictionary of General & Applied Entomology (2009)

by Manjit S Dhooria

Acclimation: Physiological changes to a changed environment (especially temperature) that allow tolerance of more extreme condition than prior to acclimation. Acclimation in which exposure to gradually cooler temperatures Acron over an ...

Google previewDictionary of Agriculture (1998)

by Alan Stephens

acclimation. [aklaouatarzei/n or aklai'mei/nl noun action of becoming acclimatized COMMENTi when an organism such as a plant or animal is acclimatizing, it is adapting physically to different environmental conditions, such as changes in ...

Google previewThe American Farmer's Encyclopedia (1858)

Embracing All the Recent Discoveries in Agricultural Chemistry, and the Use of Mineral, Vegetable and Animal Manures ... by Gouverneur Emerson

ACCLIMATION OF PLANTS. This term has been applied to the act of accustoming plants to support a temperature or a climate different from that in which they are found originally growing. This differs from naturalization, which is the act of ...

Google previewThe Farmer's and Planter's Encyclopaedia of Rural Affairs (1851)

Embracing All the Most Recent Discoveries in Agricultural Chemistry

ACCLIMATION OF PLANTS. This term has been applied to the act of accustoming plants to support a temperature or a climate different from that in which they are found originally growing. This differs from naturalization, which is the act of ...

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