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Dwight Howard's injury may accelerate Josh Smith's acclimation.
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Calcium and redox signalling have important roles in acclimation processes.
(Nature Communications, )

Thus, acclimation eliminated 80% of the expected increase in leaf respiration of non-acclimated plants.
(Nature, )

This study reveals the molecular processes underlying transgenerational acclimation in a common reef fish.
(Nature Climate Change, )

Understanding climatic adaptation in fish is limited by a lack of large-scale, long term acclimation studies.
(Nature Communications, )

The new study details unique genetic makeup in fruit flies for both longterm climate acclimation and short term adjustment.
(UPI - Science News, )

This study shows that negative impacts of elevated CO2 on fish behaviour are not diminished by transgenerational acclimation.
(Nature Climate Change, )

Acclimation, a form of physiological plasticity, is the capacity for organisms to physiologically adjust to temperature variation.
(Nature Climate Change, )

Results indicated that water relations of citrus during cold acclimation vary from those known to occur as a result of drought stress.
(Science Daily - News, )

Including plants' acclimation to changes in temperature could significantly improve the accuracy of climate models, a new study shows.
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Acclimation of leaf respiration per degree temperature change was similar for experimental warming and seasonal temperature variation.
(Nature, )

Researchers studied well-watered citrus to determine changes in water relations during cold acclimation, independent of drought stress.
(Science Daily - News, )

Potted sweet orange and Satsuma mandarin trees were exposed to progressively lower, non-freezing temperatures to promote cold acclimation.
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Non-genetic transgenerational acclimation cannot always be relied upon to provide populations with an effective, short-term response to climatic changes.
(Nature Climate Change, )

Bernie Sanders made a surprise appearance on the floor and moved to have Clinton named the nominee by acclimation after she had more than enough votes to win.
(Daily Mail - News, )

There is substantial genetic variation in nature for both long-term seasonal acclimation and short-term acclimation associated with rapid extreme weather events, a new study shows.
(Science Daily - News, )

Research synthesizing the current state of knowledge about physiological plasticity in ectotherms shows that freshwater and marine animals seem to have a greater capacity for acclimation than terrestrial ones.
(Nature Climate Change, )

Here we demonstrate strong acclimation of leaf respiration to both experimental warming and seasonal temperature variation for juveniles of ten North American tree species growing for several years in forest conditions.
(Nature, )

A small clinical trial shows that short-term cold acclimation to moderately-cold temperature improves the glucose homeostasis of individuals with type 2 diabetes, without an appreciable activation of their brown adipose tissue.
(Nature Medicine, )

Plants grown and measured at 3.4 °C above ambient temperature increased leaf respiration by an average of 5% compared to plants grown and measured at ambient temperature; without acclimation, these increases would have been 23%.
(Nature, )

Incorporating temperature acclimation of photosynthesis and foliar respiration into Earth system models improves their ability to reproduce observed net ecosystem exchange of CO2, and reduces the temperature sensitivity of terrestrial carbon exchange.
(Nature Climate Change, )

If such dampening effects of leaf thermal acclimation occur generally, the increase in respiration rates of terrestrial plants in response to climate warming may be less than predicted, and thus may not raise atmospheric CO2 concentrations as much as anticipated.
(Nature, )

Plant respiration can acclimate to altered temperatures, however, weakening the positive feedback of plant respiration to rising global air temperature, but a lack of evidence on long-term (weeks to years) acclimation to climate warming in field settings currently hinders realistic predictions of respiratory release of CO2 under future climatic conditions.
(Nature, )

This control requires blue-light perception by LOV domains on PHOT, LHCSR3 induction through PHOT kinase, and light dissipation in photosystem II via LHCSR3. Mutants deficient in the PHOT gene display severely reduced fitness under excessive light conditions, indicating that the sensing, utilization, and dissipation of light is a concerted process that plays a vital role in microalgal acclimation to environments of variable light intensities.
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